THE "voluminous" police brief detailing the alleged murder of Brookfield mother Allison Baden-Clay is now complete.
Crown prosecutor Danny Boyle told Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday (sep24) that an autopsy report, forensic computer analysis, financial analysis, hydrology report and a statement from a principal investigator now had been added to the 466 statements handed over to accused Gerard Baden-Clay's legal team.
Baden-Clay is accused of murdering his wife, and mother of their three children, at their Brookfield home on April 20 and then dumping her body at Kholo Creek where a canoeist found her 10 days later.
He told police she had gone missing after a morning walk.
Defence lawyer Darren Mahony asked the court to set a tentative date for an application to cross-examine witnesses at a committal hearing.
"There is experienced counsel involved on both sides and I expect most issues of cross-examination will be resolved by consent," he said.
The case will be mentioned again on November 5 with a hearing tentatively set down for November 20.
Baden-Clay, who is on remand at Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre after being refused bail, is not required to attend the next court mention.
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