Tim Bosma Case

Tim Bosma case: CBC and other media win right to attend pretrial hearings

Members of the public and the media will be able to attend pretrial hearings for the men accused of killing Ancaster native Tim Bosma, a Hamilton court ruled Tuesday. Reporters can now access a transcript of those proceedings, but can't report on them because of a publication ban. Glithero also made the strange move of putting a publication ban on Tuesday's proceedings at the end of the hearing,…

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  • Tim Bosma trial delayed to next January Wed, 25 Feb, 2015

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    The trial for Dellen Millard, 29, and Mark Smich, 27, accused of killing Tim Bosma after showing up at his house in 2013 to test drive a vehicle he was selling online, will be delayed until early 2016.

  • Tim Bosma trial judge bans public and media from pre-trial hearing Mon, 23 Feb, 2015

    The judge in the case of two men accused of killing Tim Bosma is conducting a series of pre-trial hearings behind closed doors. Justice Stephen Glithero ruled on Monday … More »Tim Bosma trial judge bans public and media from pre-trial hearing

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  • A tentative trial date has been set for fall 2015 for the two men accused of Tim Bosma's murder, according to the Hamilton Spectator.

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  • Tim Bosma murder trial expected as early as fall 2015

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  • The judicial pretrial for the two men accused of first-degree murder in the death of Ancaster, Ont., man Tim Bosma will start on Sept. 9.

  • The two men charged with first-degree murder in the death of Ancaster, Ont., resident Tim Bosma will head straight to trial, skipping the eight-week preliminary hearing, according to a report.

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  • About 150 people participated in a tournament meant to launch fund-raising for a charity in Tim Bosma's honour to help victims of homicide. Sharlene Bosma spoke movingly about her loss and the struggle to carry on.

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  • Tim Bosma: One year later Tue, 6 May, 2014
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