Crown adjusts Jacob Hoggard’s cost in northeastern Ontario intercourse assault case

HAILEYBURY, Ont. — The Ontario Crown in northeastern Ontario is continuing with a sexual assault cost towards Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard.

The Canadian musician was charged in March with sexual assault inflicting bodily hurt in an incident alleged to have taken place on June 25, 2016, in Kirkland Lake, Ont.

A Crown lawyer advised a Haileybury, Ont., court docket Thursday that the case would proceed with only a sexual assault cost.

Hoggard’s lawyer, Megan Savard, has beforehand mentioned that her shopper denies the allegation and can plead not responsible.

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The subsequent court docket date has been set for Nov. 24, after Hoggard’s attorneys meet with him and overview the brand new submissions.

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The singer was granted bail this month in a separate case after he launched an attraction of his five-year jail sentence for sexually assaulting an Ottawa girl.

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