The sedition case against Trevor Browne, the president of the Prison Officers Association, has been adjourned to later this month.
His matter was set Wednesday for closing arguments from the Crown and defence, but those will now be heard on October 26 before Chief Magistrate Ian Weekes.
Browne is before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court on four charges related to inciting mutiny for sedition at Her Majesty’s Prison Dodds, St Philip.
He is accused of maliciously endeavouring to seduce fellow officers David Davis, Ophneal Austin, Shanell Ellis-Vaughn and Stephenson Trotman from their duties by participating in a sickout.
Browne, who is represented by attorney-at-law Andrew Pilgrim Q.C., has denied the charges which are said to have occurred between May 1 and May 9, 2018.
Police Inspector Janice Ifill is the prosecutor.