Man charged with perjury granted adjournment until Feb. 27

Ryan Ross
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Chase Roper was a witness in Derry Bird's robbery trial but was charged when testimony differed from statement to police

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A man who was charged with perjury because of his testimony in a recent robbery trial will be back in court next month.

Chase James Roper was scheduled to appear before Chief Judge John Douglas in provincial court this morning but remained in custody in New Brunswick.

Defence lawyer Brandon Forbes appeared on his behalf and was granted an adjournment until Feb. 27.

Roper was a witness in Derry Ian Bird's robbery trial but was charged with perjury after giving testimony that differed from what he said in his statement to police.

Geographic location: New Brunswick.Defence

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