The Canadian PressDecember 6, 2013 13:46
CAMROSE, Alta. - A judge has ruled there is enough evidence to send a man to trial on charges of attempting to kill two Mounties in rural Alberta.
Sawyer Robison, 28, remains out on bail and is to appear in Wetaskiwin court on Jan. 14 to set a trial date. He also faces several weapons charges.
His lawyer, Brian Beresh, expects it may take a year or longer for the case to get to trial. But he said his client is eager for it to start.
"He's looking forward to the day when he can establish his innocence," Beresh said Friday following the court decision in Camrose.