The first court hearing since the extradition case of Meng Wanzhou entered the second stage of trial on the 17th local time ended the first day of public hearing at the British Columbia High Court in Vancouver. Before the hearing ended at 4 p.m., judge Heather Holmes asked Meng Wanzhou, who was at home by telephone, whether she would appear in court after the trial began. Meng Wanzhou replied, “Madam judge, I heard it on the phone.” What the judge called a “court trial” will take place in September this year. In the first stage of the trial of Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case, Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer asked the judge to terminate the extradition procedure on the ground of “not conforming to dual crime”. On May 27, the judge made a judgment and rejected the request of Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer. After that, the case entered the second stage, and Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer asked the judge to terminate the extradition procedure on the grounds of “procedural abuse”. In the court hearing on the 17th, Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer asked for the documents to be published, which involved part of the reason for “procedural abuse”, that is, the “improper behavior” of the law enforcement department violated Meng Wanzhou’s charter rights. In addition, Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers also told the judge that according to the documents recently disclosed to them, the U.S. authorities still tried to obtain the information in Meng Wanzhou’s laptops, mobile phones and tablets more than two months after his arrest. However, the Canadian government denied providing such information to the United States.