The nineteen Nauru men facing charges over an anti-government protest will have to wait until September 13th to find out if they are free.
The men were charged after an anti-government protest outside the Nauru parliament in June 2015.
They were protesting what had been a year long suspension of five MPs from the Nauru Parliament, including a former president and senior cabinet minister.
The charges they face include rioting, disturbing the legislature and entering a restricted area - namely the airport, which is adjacent to the parliament.
Don Wiseman has been keeping an eye on developments and told Jamie Tahana the latest.