Thursday, September 25, 2014

Moncton teacher William MacGillivray to stand trial on sex charges

William MacGillivray, a Moncton teacher accused of sexually exploiting two female students, will stand trial.

MacGillivray, 41, a teacher at Harrison Trimble High School, is accused of child luring, two counts of sexual exploitation, obstructing a police officer and breach of a court undertaking.

He appeared in a Moncton provincial courtroom Tuesday.

After a two-day preliminary hearing, defence lawyer Scott Fowler said he had discussions with the Crown, and agrees to have the matter set over for trial in Moncton Court of Queen's Bench. A court date for the trial has not been set.

MacGillivray had also been charged with sexual assault, but that charge was withdrawn on Monday.  (more...)


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