Case in opposition to accused Guelph assassin adjourned till Aug. 5
James Dobbs faces a charge of second-degree murder after a body discovered behind a business near downtown earlier this month
A Guelph man charged with second-degree murder will be back in court on Aug. 5.
James Dobbs appeared virtually in a Guelph court on Tuesday, at which point the case was put over.
Dobbs, 43, was arrested and charged earlier this month after the body of an adult male was discovered the afternoon of July 13 behind a business near Wellington Street East and Wyndham Street South.
This comes after police received information two days prior, alleging a murder took place inside a downtown apartment building July 10.
Evidence presented in the case is covered by a publication ban.