Man assessed for cognitive impairment
Soudloo Josephie, 30, will undergo neurological testing this month to determine if he was cognitively impaired when he assaulted two people in 2001.
Josephie, who has a re-occurring brain tumor, has pleaded guilty to two assault charges. However, before sentencing, Justice Robert Kilpatrick requested the department of justice dedicate two corrections workers to accompany Josephie South for doctors’ appointments.
Defence was asked to ensure Josephie’s upcoming appointments include neurological testing to determine if the tumor caused cognitive impairment.
Josephie’s next court date is Sept. 22.