Nelson to plead guilty to charges in April
Brett Anthony Nelson is expected to enter a guilty plea in Kamloops Supreme Court on Tuesday, April 9, on charges of sexual interference of a minor, break of probation and failure to comply with a probation order.
The charges relate to an incident in Kamloops earlier this year.
Nelson has been free on $10,000 bail and did not appear in court on Monday, Feb. 25. He was represented by his lawyer, Rob Bruneau.
On Jan. 23, 2012, the former Kamloops teacher was sentenced to nine months in jail after pleading guilty to luring charges.
Nelson was fired from his teaching position in 2004 after he was convicted of a sex crime involving a Grade 11 female student.
After his release from jail last year, Nelson was banned from going near parks, playgrounds, swimming pools or other places where children by be present and barred from using a computer to communicate with children.