Dillon Peeace’s attempted murder case has once again been adjourned to a later date. 

Peeace’s lawyer Brian Pfefferle appeared via telephone in Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Tuesday with a defence request to adjourn to April 9. The request was agreed upon by Crown Prosecutor Rob Parker and granted by Judge Patrick Koskie. 

At the previous court appearance, an agent for Pfefferle said they were close to a resolution.  

Peeace was arrested on Sept. 28 after an alleged machete attack in downtown Moose Jaw. 

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