Charged with second-degree murder, Brandi Morrison appeared via telephone conference call Wednesday in Cranbrook B.C. Supreme Court, where she learned her judicial interim release hearing will be held the week of November 26th.
Charged with second-degree murder, Brandi Morrison appeared by video conference call Wednesday in Cranbrook B.C. Supreme Court, where she learned her judicial interim release hearing will be held the week of November 26th.
Briefly deliberating on Wednesday, Andrew Mayes, Crown Counsel on the case, suggested Morrison's judicial interim release hearing be held next month which was approved by Morrison's lawyer.
Supreme Court Justice Gregory Bowden approved they would rediscuss the matter on November 26, 2018, at 2:00 pm at Cranbrook B.C. Supreme Court. On that date, the parties will then deciding when to hold the three-hour judicial interim release hearing, be that the day after or sometime later on that week.
Morrison is expected to appear in person on the 26th and for her hearing, rather than video conference call.
Back on September 1, 2018, Brandi Morrison was charged with second-degree murder after she allegedly stabbed and killed a 29-year-old man in Cranbrook.
At the time of the incident, Staff Sgt. Hector Lee with Cranbrook RCMP told Summit 107 that both parties were known to one another and that the alleged altercation was a domestic dispute between the two individuals.
When the judicial interim release hearing is held, the decision could see Morrison released from police custody until her formal trial at a later date.
- Bradley Jones