Jury considers Aubrey Levin's fate after psychiatrist's sex assault retrial
Former psychiatrist accused of sexually assaulting male patients assigned to him by the courts
A Calgary jury is deliberating Wednesday whether to convict a former court psychiatrist on two more counts of sexual assault.
Aubrey Levin went on trial in 2012 for nine counts of sexual assault against former patients.
He was found guilty of three counts in January 2013 for fondling men who had been assigned to him as patients through the courts.
Levin was sentenced to five years in prison.
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That same jury found him not guilty of two counts and a mistrial was declared on the remaining four charges when the jury was unable to reach a verdict.
A new trial for two of those charges began earlier this month in front of another jury.
Meanwhile Levin, who is in his 70s, has appealed and remains out on bail while he awaits a decision.
At his first trial, Levin's wife Erica was accused of trying to bribe a juror. She was charged with obstruction of justice.
Her trial was to begin on Monday but has been delayed. A new trial date will be set on Friday.