A Mount Isa man charged with multiple child sex offences including using the internet to procure a child under the age of 16 appeared in court on Wednesday.
A 20-year-old, faced nine charges in Mount Isa Magistrates Court on April 7, including grooming a child, indecent treatment of a child under 16, possessing child exploitation material and using the internet to procure children under the age of 16.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service solicitor Erin Clarkson represented the defendant and required an adjournment to obtain a brief of evidence from the prosecution.
Magistrate Trinity McGarvie adjourned the case until May 19 for committal mention.
"Your appearance will be required and you must comply with the restrictions of your bail conditions including the restraint of the use of the internet," Magistrate McGarvie said.
"A brief of evidence will be disclosed to Ms Clarkson, you must remain in contact with her as she will need to obtain your instructions."
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