Suspected Rebels of the people's redemption Army will have to wait for one month, before the high court can decide on whether or not they should be released on bail.
The 11 suspects were today afternoon produced in court, to attend the hearing of a State application seeking to block their release.
Last week, the Solicitor General, Lucien Tibaruha, filed an application asking the High Court to review its decision to grant the suspects bail. The Principal Judge, Justice James Ogoola subsequently allocated the file to High Court Judge, Justice Elidard Mwangusya.
But hearing of the state application was delayed after Justice Mwangusya, declined to proceed, without the presence of the suspects in court. He insisted that the PRA suspects must be produced in court before the state application could be heard.
The High Court had earlier issued instructions to Prisons authorities to produce the suspects in court which have on four occasions gone unheeded.
The suspects were produced amid tight security after almost four hours.
But even after their production in court, Justice Mwangusya, adjourned the hearing on grounds that the suspects lacked legal representation.
The State led by Solicitor General, Lucien Tibaruha, was ready to proceed with its submissions but the suspects requested the judge to grant them more time to engage new lawyers.
The suspects lawyers walked out of last week's Court session saying they could not be party to participating in an application that seeks to undermine Court orders.
Yesterday, Yusuf Nsibambi, One of the Defence lawyers told reporters in Kampala that his team would go ahead and boycott today's Court session. Nsibambi argued that none of the members on the suspect's legal team was served with summons to attend Court and that attending would legitimize an illegality.
The suspects were returned to Luzira Prison until March 1st.