A two-day hearing with multiple witnesses is expected for a Goulburn man accused of alleged fraud and drug offences.
Simon Walter Paull, 42, of Goulburn, was before Goulburn Local Court on January 20.
Paull, and co-accused Georgina Eve Tsakos, 33, were arrested by officers from the Hume Police District at a property on Kinghorne Street, Goulburn, on November 11, 2020, in relation to an investigation into fraud and drug supply in the Southern Tablelands.
Paull has been accused of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage, dealing with identity information to commit an indictable offence, four counts of taking part in the supply of a prohibited drug, concealing a serious indictable offence, possessing or using a prohibited weapon without a permit, goods in personal custody suspected being stolen, and participate in a criminal group contribute in criminal activity.
Solicitor Sam Rowland, acting as agent for solicitor Kel Clowry, said his client would adhere to pleas of not guilty.
Mr Rowland said the case would go to a hearing and was expected to last two days. He said the prosecution planned to call 17 witnesses forward while four witnesses were expected for the defence.
Paull will re-appear at Goulburn Local Court on January 27.