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Christopher Garnier murder trial to resume Monday

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WATCH: The jury hearing the second-degree murder trial of Christopher Garnier heard from several witnesses on Monday, including two people who said they saw a man pushing a green bin in the early morning hours of Sept. 11, 2015. Natasha Pace has a recap of Monday's testimony – Nov 27, 2017

The second-degree murder trial for Christopher Garnier will resume Monday at Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Halifax.

Garnier, 29, is accused of killing off-duty Truro police officer Catherine Campbell in September 2015 and improperly interfering with her remains.

Garnier has pleaded not guilty to both charges.

READ: Christopher Garnier pleads not guilty to murder of Catherine Campbell, jury selection underway

Last week, the seven-man, seven-woman jury hearing the trial saw video of Catherine Campbell and Christopher Garnier kissing and dancing at the Halifax Alehouse on the night she was killed.

WATCH: Surveillance video from inside the Halifax Alehouse on the night the Crown alleges off-duty Truro police officer Catherine Campbell was killed

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Christopher Garnier Court Exhibit 2 – Nov 25, 2017

Surveillance video of a man — who was not identified as Garnier — pushing a green bin from a McCully Street apartment was also played for the court.

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WATCH: Video of a man pushing a pushing a green bin from a McCully Street home 

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Christopher Garnier Court Exhibit 1 – Nov 24, 2017

In their opening statement, Crown Attorney Carla Ball alleged Garnier struck Campbell, 36, in the head before strangling her and removing her body from a McCully Street apartment in a green bin to dispose of.

Campbell’s remains were found under the overpass to the Macdonald Bridge.

Garnier’s trial is scheduled to last five weeks with the Crown calling about 40 witnesses.

READ MORECrown alleges Christopher Garnier struck, strangled Catherine Campbell in opening statements at Halifax murder trial

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