HAMILTON, ONT- A third trial into the 2016 shooting death of a Six Nations man will begin Monday, (Nov., 28, 2022) after an Ontario Superior Court Justice declared a mistrial in the high profile trial of Peter Khill who is facing a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of Jonathan Styres in 2016 . Ontario Superior Court Justice Andrew Goodman declared the mistrial in the second day of the hearing at Hamilton’s John Sopinka courthouse. Khill has pleaded not guilty. Khill had been acquitted in the first trial in 2016. In 2021 the Supreme Court of Canada ordered a new trial after Supreme Court Justice Sheilah Martin said the first trial judge failed to instruct jurors about how Khill’s role in the shooting should be used to assess how reasonable
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