Campbell returns to court April 6 for sentence on harassment charges

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Campbell returns to court

The man who was working as a vice-principal at Stonepark Intermediate School when he harassed his ex-girlfriend will be back in court April 6 for a sentencing hearing.

Gregory Campbell pleaded guilty in January to two criminal harassment charges related to his behaviour toward the victim.

On Friday, Campbell's lawyer said he plans to call five witnesses and possible more for the sentencing.

The Crown has four witnesses, but Crown attorney Valerie Moore said the defence requested two of them.

Provincial court judge John Douglas told the lawyers he has no intention of having a whole new trial.

Douglas set aside two days for sentencing.

Organizations: Stonepark Intermediate School, Campbell's

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  • Joe Doe
    March 17, 2016 - 22:56

    WHY WOULD IT TAKE 2 DAYS TO SENTENCE THE GUY,THATS RIDICULOUS.