Case of woman accused of human trafficking going directly to trial
Saskatoon's Court of Queen's Bench
SASKATOON -- The case of a 23-year-old woman accused of human trafficking is going directly to trial.
Dilshad Ali Zada is charged with three counts of human trafficking, uttering threats and theft over $5,000.
Zada's defence attorney Kevin Hill says the Crown has filed a direct indictment against Ali Zada, resulting in her case heading straight to Court of Queen's Bench.
Police have identified two 20-year-old women from Quebec and an 18-year-old Moose Jaw woman as victims.
Ali Zada was granted bail in June.