Delays continue in Dillon Peeace’s attempted murder court case. 

Peeace appeared in Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Wednesday with his lawyer Brian Pfefferle on the telephone. 

Pfefferle told the court he had a call scheduled with this client to get further instructions and was granted an adjournment to March 5 by Judge David Chow. Peeace also asked his lawyer in open court for Gladue Submission Guide documents. 

A Gladue Report is a pre-sentencing and bail hearing report containing circumstances of Aboriginal people accused of an offence that the court can take into consideration. 

Peeace was arrested on Sept. 28 following a machete attack in downtown Moose Jaw.  

Along with attempted murder, he is also facing charges of breaching an undertaking, causing a disturbance, resisting arrest, and breaking and entering.