Jamie Bacon. (File photo)

New Jamie Bacon trial for counselling to commit murder charge set for March 3

The trial is set to start on March 3 at B.C. Supreme Court

A new trial date has been set for Jamie Bacon after his last one ended in a mistrial in March 2019.

Bacon is is facing one count of counselling to commit the murder of Dennis Karbovanec.

The trial is set to start on March 3 at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver and is expected to run for three months.

Bacon has been in custody since April 3, 2009.


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