Last week in Nain, the trial of Constable James Woodrow was the talk of the town.
The court heard testimonies from the alleged victim and witnesses.
On the morning of Friday, June 18th, Constable Mark Blackmore took the stand.
Defense Lawyer David Day didn’t finish questioning Blackmore with 30 to 60 minutes left for examination.
Since the court case is taking longer than scheduled, Judge Joy decided that the trial will resume in Nain on July 8th and 9th.
Upon return, a reporter from OKâlaKatigêt will again cover the trial.
Woodrow is charged with one count of Assault and one count of forcible confinement.