Accused in Taber Tim Hortons Crash Needs a New Lawyer
LETHBRIDGE: There's another delay for one of the men accused in the Taber Tim Hortons crash.
Tuesday morning in Taber court Heinrich Krahn's lawyer withdrew from the case, saying that he's leaving the area of criminal law so his client needs to find a new lawyer. The matter was then set over to November 12th.
This is the second time that a lawyer has withdrawn from the case.
Heinrich and his brother face a number of charges, after a a stolen oil field truck slammed into the back of a pick-up truck, pushing it through the wall of the Tim Hortons in March of 2012.
Jake Krahn is back in Taber court next March.
Posted on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 3/9/2014 3:42:47 PM
Source: Patrick Burles (@PatrickBurles on Twitter)-- Country 95 News