A pair charged in connection to a traffic stop in Inverness Co. have had their trial date set.
RCMP charged Andrew Carver, 43, of Halifax and Nancy Marie Olsen, 40, of Glendale with four possession for the purpose of trafficking counts each.
The pair, who elected a Nova Scotia Supreme Court trial by judge alone during an election-and-plea hearing in April, were committed to stand trial following their preliminary inquiry in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court July 23rd.
Trial dates are set for February 12 and 13th with a charter application to be heard on January 4th.
The accused lawyer is challenging the validity of the search back in October.
A warrant has been issued for Carver who did not appear Friday morning
Police say officers found cocaine, marijuana, dextroamphetamine, oxycodone and drug paraphernalia when they stopped a vehicle in Port Hastings in October.