A former Liberal MP dealing with fees of fraud and breach of belief associated to his time in workplace has had his case adjourned till subsequent month.
Lawyers for Raj Grewal and the Crown agreed throughout a short digital listening to on Wednesday to have the case return to court docket Feb. 3.
Grewal’s lawyer Zachary Al-Khatib mentioned in the course of the listening to that his staff was nonetheless ready for the Crown to launch extra info from investigators after making two requests for disclosure.
Al-Khatib mentioned in October that his staff had acquired 10 gigabytes of disclosure supplies.
The RCMP charged Grewal in September with 4 counts of breach of belief and one depend of fraud over $5,000 stemming from his time within the House of Commons.
The Mounties allege Grewal tried to make use of his political place to land tens of millions in private loans, which he did not speak in confidence to the federal ethics commissioner.
Investigators additionally allege that he used cash from his taxpayer-funded constituency workplace finances for his personal profit.
Grewal has denied the allegations.