Further disclosure and new legal representation have led to another delay in Todd Michael Fitzpatrick's legal proceedings.
Moose Jaw Provincial Court
Fitzpatrick appeared in Moose Jaw provincial court Tuesday, where his newly-retained legal representation, Tim McLeod, requested an adjournment of Fitzpatrick's matters.
"I understand there is further disclosure coming, and to be honest, I haven't had time to review the disclosure received," McLeod told the court.
According to Crown prosecutor Rob Parker, McLeod "may be waiting awhile" for further disclosure from Moose Jaw police, as forensic technicians are analyzing the evidence.
Fitzpatrick faces charges of accessing child pornography, possessing child pornography, and making available child pornography.
He is presently released on $500 bail with conditions, including that he live at an approved residence, not have access to or possession of any pornography, not have contact with anyone under the age of 16 and not possess a device capable of Internet connectivity.
Fitzpatrick was charged and convicted of possession of child pornography in 2008.
He will next appear in Moose Jaw's provincial court on April 23.