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Sentencing hearing for Calgary man convicted of murder in Ivy Wick’s death further delayed – Calgary

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A sentencing listening to for a Calgary man convicted of second-degree homicide for killing his girlfriend’s three-year-old daughter has been additional delayed.

Justin Bennett was convicted final 12 months within the beating demise of Ivy Wick.

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He fired his lawyer earlier this month and was ordered to get a brand new one.

Bennett appeared in courtroom by cellphone Tuesday from the Calgary Remand Centre the place he stays in isolation.


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He informed courtroom he’s nonetheless ready to get approval from authorized assist to rent a brand new lawyer.

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Bennett’s sentencing was already delayed final fall when he requested for a second opinion on his psychological well being.

Bennett is to return to courtroom Feb. 1.




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