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Councillor Snook's Lawyer Explains Court Process Delays

It's been nearly a week since Saint John city councillor Donnie Snook has been arrested and remanded as he faces eight criminal charges. Snook's bail hearing has been set over until next Monday to give his lawyer, Dennis Boyle, more time to prepare. Boyle spoke to the CBC's Rachel Cave outside the Saint John provincial courthouse.


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