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Still no trial dates for P.E.I. high school music teacher on sex-related charges

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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - A Charlottetown high school music teacher charged with multiple alleged sex offences had his case adjourned again before a setting trial dates.

Roger James Jabbour has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him and on Thursday, his lawyer asked provincial court Judge John Douglas for an adjournment to April 6 to set dates for the trials.

There are four complainants involved and Jabbour will have two separate trials.

The charges against Jabbour, who worked at Colonel Gray High School at the times of the alleged offences, include allegations of sexual assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation.

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