A man accused of attempted murder has once again had his case adjourned in Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Thursday. 

Defence lawyer Brian Pfefferle appeared via telephone on behalf of Dillon Peeace.  

The case had been previously adjourned because Pfefferle was having issues connecting with his client. Pfefferle said he’s finally got in touch with Peeace and the communication issues have been resolved. 

Pfefferle requested and was granted an adjournment by Judge David Chow until Feb. 28 for election and plea. 

Peeace is co-accused with his brother Kyle in an alleged machete attack that took place in downtown Moose Jaw on Sept. 28. Both men were charged with attempted murder. 

Peeace is also facing several other outstanding charges including failing to appear in court, causing a disturbance, resisting arrest, breaking and entering and uttering threats. 

Kyle is expected to make his next court appearance on Feb. 7.