James' bail application delayed again
WINNIPEG — Disgraced former hockey coach Graham James won't know for at least a few more days if he'll be granted bail on sexual assault charges related to his former players.
James' bail application has been remanded to Friday. This is the second delay in his application.
James' lawyer, David Ireland, told court, "There is a problem with that application based on disclosure."
James was reportedly living in Mexico before he returned to Canada and was taken into custody late last month. He faces nine sexual assault-related charges.
James was previously sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison after he was convicted of sexual assault against former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy — who was a teenager at the time of the assaults — and another man who wasn't named publicly.