THE COURT: Mr. Sheriff, can you have her out of the
courtroom, please? Thank you.
IRENE-MAUS GRAVENHORST: I am private --
THE COURT: Out of the courtroom, please, ma'am.
IRENE-MAUS GRAVENHORST: -- and I will sue you for
assault and --
THE COURT: Thank you.
IRENE-MAUS GRAVENHORST: -- I reserve the right --
THE COURT: Out of the courtroom, please.
IRENE-MAUS GRAVENHORST: -- to remain sovereign. And
this is assault. This is police brutality --
MS. DREZDOFF: Your Honour, this is simply on the list
THE COURT: Yes, I know.
MS. DREZDOFF: -- an initial appearance.
THE COURT: No, it's not an initial appearance.
MS. DREZDOFF: Well, second --
THE COURT: Mr. Fischer's been here.
MS. DREZDOFF: -- second appearance.
THE COURT: We've entered a plea of not guilty on his
behalf and what we are doing is we're setting this
matter down for trial.
MS. DREZDOFF: Yes.
THE COURT: Last time we were here, Crown wasn’t able
to determine the trial date --
THE ACCUSED: I'd like to introduce myself to the
court. I'm not -- I do not consent to Mr.
Fischer. I don’t know what
THE COURT: Okay. All right. Do we have a time
THE ACCUSED: So can you define
for me, please?
THE COURT: Do we have a time estimate?
MS. DREZDOFF: We do have a time estimate. It's
approximately three weeks. Three weeks.
THE COURT: A three-week trial. Why is it three weeks?
MS. DREZDOFF: It's actually very extensive tax
information. This is a tax file, as you know.
THE COURT: Mm-hmm.
MS. DREZDOFF: An extensive search was carried out. If
there was -- actually, the biggest issue is the
continuity issue, that there were many, many
people who executed the search warrant in this
instance, lay people who work for the CCRA and
THE COURT: Right.
MS. DREZDOFF: If Mr. -- if the accused was willing to
make an admission with respect to continuity, that