Police in Toronto say "significant development" is expected Monday morning in the case of Mohammed Shamji, a neurosurgeon accused of killing his doctor's wife.
Shamji was supposed to appear in Ontario The Supreme Court in downtown Toronto at 9:30 am.
The world-renowned neurosurgeon is in custody at the detention center of GTA since his arrest in December 2016. The jury selection in his case was due to begin this week.
Shamji was charged with first degree murder and humiliated human remains at the death of his wife, Dr. Elan Fric, a family doctor from the Scarborough family and the mother of three children of this money.
Fric's body was found in a casket near the underpass at Vaughan, Ont. She died of strangulation and trauma with dull force. Shamji, her 12-year-old husband, was arrested the next day at the cafe.
The case that created the title shook the medical community in Ontario and sparked a dialogue on family violence.
Fric, a renowned physician whose expertise in medical policy, met Shamji during her medical days at the University of Ottawa. He was there because of his stay in neurosurgery.