Jordan Anthony Ramos will not seek bail and will stay in prison while awaiting trial.
Ramos is charged with nine offences in connection to a violent assault that occurred at the Beatton River Campground on July 25. They include four counts of Assault with a Weapon, single counts of Assault and Robbery, two counts of Possession of a weapon for a Dangerous Purpose and one count of Possessing a Firearm while Prohibited.
Ramos is intending to plead not guilty to all charges and continue to trial. The crown and the defense both estimate that a trial would take approximately 12 days.
The judge also extended Ramos’ non-contact order until Oct. 27. There are 30 names on the non-contact order of which Ramos is seeking to have a number of the names removed from the list. Ramos’ lawyer will seek to have this dealt with at the Oct. 27 hearing.