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Ben Hoffmann , 45, appeared in Darwin Local Court via videolink from Holtze Prison about 11am local time on Friday. He appeared to have wounds to his face and wore a red T-shirt and white shorts. Accused Darwin shooter Ben Hoffmann is taken from hospital into custody.
Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann , 45, appeared via video link in Darwin Local Court . He will fight charges which include four counts of murder for June 4 It was Hoffmann ' s first public appearance since he faced court once on the Friday after the shootings occurred on Tuesday, June 4 and has been in
Accused Darwin gunman Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann has appeared in Darwin Local Court for a mention, but his case on four charges of murder is yet to be moved to the Supreme Court due to delays with the prosecution's case.
Prosecutor Matt Nathan told Local Court Judge Meredith Huntingford the Crown was still waiting on psychiatric and forensic material before the case could proceed for a "preliminary examination", also known as a committal hearing.
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Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann , 45, faced Darwin local court on Friday for the first time since being charged with murder over Tuesday night’ s The shooter then drove two kilometres to Woolner, where 52-year-old Darwin casino security guard Rob Courtney appears to have fought for his life using a
The man accused of the worst mass shooting in the NT' s history said he was "sorry for what Benjamin Glenn Hoffmann , 45, faced Darwin Local Court on Friday for the first time since being The heavily tattooed Hoffmann appeared via video link from Darwin prison in a red t-shirt and white
Jon Tippett QC appeared for Hoffmann, and voiced frustration that his client's case was not progressing to the Supreme Court quickly enough, but accepted the Crown's call to adjourn the matter to January 29, when it will likely be moved to the higher court.
Hoffmann 'waiting for his day in court'
Outside court, Mr Tippett told media his client still intended to plead not guilty to four counts of murder, and other related charges.
Mr Tippett said he expected the trial to be underway by the middle or end of 2020.
He said it would be unreasonable if the prosecution was not ready for the case to proceed from January.
"My client's waiting for his day in court, and they're having a holiday over the Christmas period enjoying time with their families, while he's sitting in jail waiting for his day in court," Mr Tippet said.
As to what psychiatric and forensic material was causing delays, Mr Tippett said those details would come out at the preliminary examination in January.
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