A COURT hearing that lasted barely two minutes in the Stephanie Scott case left her family in disbelief this morning.
The matter was quickly adjourned to November 25 in Griffith Local Court on Wednesday, with Miss Scott’s mother Merrilyn shaking her head and whispering “that’s it?” to her daughter Robyn Scott.
Miss Scott’s family and fiancée Aaron Leeson-Woolley attended the brief hearing, with the Crown asking magistrate Katherine Thompson to adjourn the matter to November 25 for reply.
Vincent has been charged with Miss Scott’s murder, as well as aggravated sexual assault.
He was arrested on on April 8 before being charged the next day.
The vast majority of the brief in Vincent’s case has been served in his case, as well as twin brother Marcus Stanford’s matter.
Marcus was charged in June with being an accessory to murder after he allegedly received a number of items in the post connected to the death.
Both Vincent and Marcus had been due to appear via audio visual link, but requested they not be shown on screen.
It is not a requirement for an accused to appear on the screen.
Both matters were adjourned to November 25 for reply in Griffith Local Court.
Bail was not applied for by either Vincent or Marcus and it was formally refused.
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