HIGH Court judge Justice Salesi Temo yesterday told former police inspector Amani Bosenawai to inform his lawyer to be present in the next court hearing.
The former Strike Back Unit officer is facing aggravated burglary charges.
Mr Bosenawai confirmed receiving full phase disclosures and although his lawyer Samanunu Vaniqi was not present in court, he was still legally represented.
He said his lawyer was attending another court hearing and could not be present for his case.
It is alleged that Mr Bosenawai was part of a robbery where cash and items with a total of $49,336 were stolen from a supermarket.
The court heard that only $5792 had been recovered so far.
The matter has been adjourned to November 29.
In a separate court case, a military officer was presented in court yesterday by the Fiji Independent Commission against Corruption charged with a bribery-related case.
Jone Senibici appeared before magistrate Shagit Somaratne.
It is alleged that Mr Senibici, while being a military officer with the Fiji Military Forces on a secondment to the Department of Immigration, accepted $100 in cash from one Yong Pan.
The matter has been adjourned to October 21.