Bathurst police officers find out in September if judge will order manslaughter trial
A pair of Bathurst Police Officers will find out next month if they will stand trial in the 2015 shooting death of a Tracadie man near the city's train station.
A judge threw out manslaughter charges against Constables Patrick Bulger and Mathieu Boudreau in February after deciding there wasn't enough evidence to order a trial.
Public Prosecution services alleged the judged erred in her decision and requested a judicial review which took place on Tuesday, August 29th at 2:30pm.
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The decision has been reserved until September 25th.