Nadeau-Dubois on trial for contempt of court
Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois's lawyer is arguing that there's no proof his client knew about the injunction at the center of this court case.
Nadeau-Dubois is accused of contempt of court for saying on TV during the student crisis that it's legitimate to break court injunctions.
Nadeau-Dubois's lawyer says that doesn't mean he knew about the court order against Laval University arts students that's being discussed today.
The judge, however, says because the arts students belong to the CLASSE and Nadeau-Dubois was their spokesman, the case will proceed.
Nadeau-Dubois is not wearing his red square today, though a handful of his supporters in the court are.
We do not yet know whether he'll testify in his own defence this afternoon.