A 44-year old man facing a charge of first degree murder won’t make a plea until December 4th, at the earliest.
Claude Francis Blanchard appeared in court Friday represented by lawyer Bernadette Richard-Crase, who said she was co-counsel with Sylvain Pelletier.
Richard-Crase asked for an adjournment until December 4th, which Judge Lucie Mathurin granted.
The judge also reminded Blanchard that the no contact order with seven people remains in effect.
Blanchard is charged with murder, and committing an indignity to human remains.
That’s in relation to the death of 35-year old Candice Kennedy-Faguy – believed to have taken place between the 22nd and 23rd of September on West Lane, in Moncton.