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Man who pleaded guilty in Paq'tnkek dispute expected in court

A man from an Antigonish Co. First Nations community who entered a pair of guilty pleas in connection with a violent dispute is scheduled to return to court Wednesday.

Police say a man from the Paq'tnkek First Nation swung a broken table leg at another man, and cut his hands in January; they say the second man stabbed the first with a knife several times.

They originally charged Terry Matthew Julian, 35, of Paq'tnkek with two counts of assault with a weapon; Julian, whose case opened in court in February, pleaded not guilty to both of his charges in March.

He was expected to stand trial in October, but didn't show up; he pleaded guilty to two assault counts during a status update in November.

Julian is scheduled for another status hearing in Antigonish Provincial Court, during which he may be sentenced.

Issiah Thomas Julian, 20, of Paq'tnkek was originally charged with aggravated assault in the case, but the charge was dismissed when the Crown offered no evidence as his trial was set to get underway in March.

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