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Forcible confinement case moved to December

Due to a conflict in North Battleford Legal Aid, a case involving two men accused of forcible confinement has been pushed into December.

Luke Dean and Jason Palsich were scheduled to make a plea at their appearance in Lloydminster Provincial Court on November 23rd. Palsich’s lawyer informed the court of the conflict which would require him to have a new legal representative.

Both are expected back in court on December 14.

Both men are facing multiple charges stemming from a police search warrant issued in August. The accused were charged with forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, uttering threats and extortion.

The allegations against the accused have not been proven in court.

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