A judge ruled Monday that Dustin Paxton will stand trial by judge and jury.

But he is still weighing the evidence to determine what charges Paxton will face.

Paxton is accused of assault and forcible confinement against a former roommate and business partner in a case that shocked Canadians.

The assaults are said to have taken place over several months in both Calgary and Saskatchewan.

A Calgary police officer and a neighbour from Regina took the stand at the preliminary hearing Monday.

Members of the public are barred from attending the hearing and details of the hearing cannot be published due to a publication ban.

Paxton will be back in court Wednesday morning, when the judge is expected to define which charges he will stand trial on.