A NOTE has been made on the cases of 14 people charged in connection to Tamworth's 'ice castle' that they "must proceed".
More than half of the people charged in connection to the alleged drug and gun ring fronted Tamworth Local Court on Wednesday.
Police prosecutor Rob Baillie asked for an adjournment in each of the Strike Force Radius cases.
"The situation with all matters to do with the strike force is they are asking for two weeks to get documents," he said.
"More material was served on the DPP, what's evolved today is the solicitor with carriage of all those matters is currently in a trial and hasn't been able to review the extra material."
Accused Stephen Hanshaw, Rebecca Hanshaw, Anthony Stanshall, Neil Cook, Suri Phoumindir, Matthew Lee, Corey Cloake, Shaun Winsor, Peter Trompa, Sharon Strudwick, Phu Van Lam, Melanie Caldwell, Simon Cowan and Simone Hatch all had their matters adjourned.
Magistrate Julie Soars made a note in each of the case files that the matters "must proceed" on the next occasion in October. "Unfortunately these matters are caught up because they are proceeding together," she said.
A majority of those accused of involvement in the alleged ring have remained in custody since their arrest during a police raid of a Petra Avenue unit in May.
Sharon Strudwick, 54, pleaded guilty to two counts of driving disqualified and was disqualified from driving for 12 months and put on a two community corrections orders, one for a year and the other for 15 months.