Court martial for suspended commanding officer of cadet corps adjourned

Court martial proceedings against army reserve Capt. Todd Bannister have been adjourned until Friday.

Todd Bannister charged with disgraceful behaviour

Capt. Todd Bannister, seen above arriving in court on Monday, has been under suspension as commander of a cadet corps in Charlottetown since the unit found out about allegations of inappropriate language directed at two female cadets. (Brian Higgins/CBC)

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  • On Feb. 27, 2018, Todd Bannister was acquitted of all charges.

Court martial proceedings against army reserve Capt. Todd Bannister have been adjourned until Friday.

The prosecutor told court Thursday she has received new information that needs to be investigated. She did not say what that information is.

The judge adjourned court until Friday at 10 a.m.

Bannister, who was commanding officer of an army cadet corps in Charlottetown, has pleaded not guilty to three charges of behaving in a disgraceful manner, and three charges of conduct to the prejudice of good order and discipline.

It is alleged that he made inappropriate sexual remarks to female cadets.

With files from Brian Higgins