The accused persons were charged with seven counts of conspiracy, unlawful assembly, interfering with vehicles, holding procession without a permit and disobeying an order to disperse from an unlawful procession.
When the case was called, the state counsel, Sheriff Kumba Jobe, stood up and told the court that he was representing the state.
Lawyer Mendy then rose and informed the court that she was representing the accused persons along with lawyers Anna Njie and Amie Jobe.
Magistrate Abeke informed the court that he was not well, and did not have the strength to go further.
He then asked the prosecution and the defence to take a short date to continue the case for hearing.
The case was subsequently adjourned until 14 June 2016.