Delays continue as the defense lawyer for Mark St. Amant claims she has yet to receive full disclosure of evidence from the Crown.

St. Amant of Britt-Byng Inlet, appeared Thursday in Parry Sound’s Superior Court of Justice via video feed to face a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Amanda McClaskin, also of Britt-Byng Inlet, in August.

He is also facing an indignity to a dead body and a breach of probation charges related to the case.

Counsel for the accused says she has received some disclosure but it only represents 20 percent of all of the evidence.

In remarks to the judge, she also began to talk about a publication ban but decided to put that off until St. Amant’s next appearance in court.

Mark St. Amant is scheduled to appear once again via video at noon, November 15th in Parry Sound court.

It will be his fifth time before a judge and no plea has been entered.