The accused Quebec election night shooter was back in court briefly today but only had another court date scheduled for next month because he still hasn't been able to find a lawyer.
Richard Hendry Bain, 63, faces over a dozen charges including first degree murder in connection with the election night shooting last fall.
Bain expressed his frustration in not being able to get a lawyer as directed by the judge at his last court appearance.
The crown told the judge they've submitted the evidence to Bain twice already ever since his first lawyer dropped out. Spokesman Jean-Pascal Boucher said all they can do now is get ready for a preparatory conference where they'll likely set a trial date.
"All that kind of case where an accused is not represented you have take care of the situation to make sure he has a fair trial," Boucher told reporters.
Stagehand Denis Blanchette was shot and killed September 4, 2012 at the Metropolis where the PQ was celebrating its election victory. His co-worker Dave Courage was also shot and suffered serious injuries.