CORNER BROOK — There has been another adjournment in the case of a man charged in a home invasion and assault case alleged to have taken place nearly 15 months ago.
Four people were charged in the incident in which a 21-year-old man was allegedly assaulted by a group of other young men, who court documents claim, broke into the residence with the intention of beating the man up.
One of them, Evan John Power, had his matters called in provincial court in Corner Brook Tuesday.
The court was told Power wanted the legal-aid lawyer who had been representing him, Jennifer Madore, removed as his solicitor.
The court heard that Madore also wanted to withdraw from representing Power.
The matter has now been set over until Oct. 16, at which time Power is expected to have retained legal representation.
Power has six charges against him, including breaking and entering and committing an offence, assault causing bodily harm, uttering threats, mischief and two counts of failure to attend court.