Accused spy to have trial by jury

Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle, the Canadian naval intelligence officer accused of espionage, has chosen to be tried by a judge and jury in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Press reported. Sub-Lt. Delisle's defence lawyer, Mike Taylor, said the trial would not take place until at least the fall of 2013. Sub-Lt. Delisle, who is being held in custody, has yet to file a plea.

Published: Wednesday, 07/18/2012 12:00 am EDT

Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle, the Canadian naval intelligence officer accused of espionage, has chosen to be tried by a judge and jury in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Press reported. Sub-Lt. Delisle's defence lawyer, Mike Taylor, said the trial would not take place until at least the fall of 2013. Sub-Lt. Delisle, who is being held in custody, has yet to file a plea.

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