Lawyer faces prowling trial
A lawyer who has denied prowling and theft charges faces a court trial.
Magistrates’ Court ordered Raymond Desilva, 52, to return on November 26 to set a trial date.
Mr Desilva, from Devonshire, pleaded not guilty on August 23 to two charges of prowling and two counts of theft in Devonshire on June 3 and June 16.
Magistrate Maxanne Anderson continued Mr Desilva’s $2,000 bail.
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