The lawyers for Wayne Whyte, the alleged mastermind behind the attack on broadcaster Jody-Ann Gray, are to seek his release on bail when the case comes up on July 17.
Whyte and his co-accused, Safari Farr, were further remanded when they appeared in the Gun Court today.
Whyte is being represented by attorneys-at-law Peter Townsend and Tamika Harris.
The court was informed that legal representation has still not been settled for Farr and the prosecution is yet to serve all outstanding documents on the defence.
Gray, was shot as she arrived home in Cedar Grove in Portmore, St. Catherine on April 4.
At that time she was reportedly seven months pregnant.
The police say as Gray was about to get out of her motor car, she was pounced upon by a man, who shot her once in the face and twice in the arm.
The man then jumped into a waiting Toyota Corolla motor car, which was being driven by Whyte.
The car was intercepted by the police and the men were taken into custody.
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