A man accused of taking an underaged girl across the border in 2004 for sexual purposes will appear in Kamloops Supreme Court once again on November 8th.
James Oler, a former leader of the polygamous community of Bountiful, appeared in a teleconference Thursday morning to set a schedule for a three-week trial to take place in Cranbrook Supreme Court.
The matter was adjourned to November 8th at 9 am in Kamloops Court, where Oler will appear once again by teleconference.
Oler had been acquitted in February of 2017 of taking a 15-year-old girl across the border for a sexual purpose.
A second trial was ordered on the matter over the summer.
That verdict was appealed by the Crown, who said the trial judged erred in his conclusions.
He briefly appeared in court in Cranbrook last month.
(Source: Kamloops Registry – Kamloops Supreme Court)