A hearing will take place in Prince Albert Monday to determine if Leslie Black, the man who viciously attacked a Prince Albert woman should be deemed a dangerous offender.
Black last appeared in Prince Albert provincial court in August of 2016.
Black was arrested and charged in June 2014 after 47-year old Marlene Bird was found badly beaten and burned in a downtown Prince Albert parking lot.
Her legs had to be amputated and her face required reconstructive surgery.
He pleaded guilty to the charge in April 2015, at which time a charge of aggravated sexual assault was stayed.
Last year, a judge denied Black’s attempt to expunge his guilty plea to attempted murder.
If Black is designated a dangerous offender, he could receive an indeterminate prison sentence.
Two weeks have been set aside for the hearing.