https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/joshua-boyle-trial-coleman-lawyer-instruction-1.5112777 APRIL 26, 2019 Delay of Joshua Boyle's assault trial could be shortened The assault trial, which began in late March, is suspended indefinitely while Coleman heads to Ontario Superior Court on May 15 to challenge the ruling allowing Boyle's lawyers to examine her and Boyle's sexual history. The law sets out limits on the extent to which an accused person can bring up an alleged victim's sexual history during a trial and legislative changes that took effect in December gave complainants in sexual-assault cases a bigger say in proceedings on allowable evidence. Carter said Friday that Coleman had instructed him not to appeal the outcome of the challenge — even if it goes against her — to help ensure the trial gets back on track. "We discussed the matter, and while she feels strongly with respect to the issue that's arisen, at the same time we want to ensure that the trial moves forward in an expeditious manner," Carter said. Greenspon said that was "potentially good news in terms of putting a cap on the delay." However, he is reserving Boyle's right to appeal the Superior Court decision if it doesn't go his way.