Canadian financial advisor Earl Jones is rushed out of the courthouse in Montreal, July 28, 2009. Jones, who investors say swindled them out of as much as $50 million in a so-called Ponzi scheme, was released on bail. Photograph by: Shaun Best, REUTERS
From The CBC:
Accused may face more fraud charges after police question witnesses.
Former investment adviser Earl Jones's fraud and theft case has been postponed until December.
Jones was due to appear at the Montreal courthouse on Monday morning, but his lawyer Jeffrey Boro asked that the hearing be postponed to allow him to review the Crown's evidence.
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Update: Earl Jones hearing postponed until Dec. 4 -- Montreal Gazette
My Comment: I predict that come December 4 .... the hearing will be postponed again.