One of two women charged over a major Border drug supply syndicate is likely to soon have her case committed to the District Court in Albury.
The matter of Claudette Tannous was briefly mentioned this week in Albury Local Court by her lawyer, Rohan Harrison.
But Tannous was not in court to hear of the latest developments in her case.
"I understand she doesn't want to appear on screen," Mr Harrison said, explaining to magistrate Imad Abdul-Karim the absence of a video link to jail for Tannous.
Mr Harrison said he expected a resolution in her case within the next week, but for now there would be no application for bail.
He said he expected her matters would go before the District Court in August.
But, in the meantime, a committal was set down for July 23. Tannous will be required to attend on that date, through via a video link to jail.
Three of the other accused will have their matters back in Albury Local Court on Monday.
These involve the cases of Tannous's partner, Mahmoud El-Zayat, along with those of Thomas Alfred Purtell and Kylie Maree Pearce.
The remaining co-accused, Alfred William Clark, will next appear in the District Court, also in August.
Police claimed they had seized drugs, including ice and cocaine, worth at least $300,000 during the operation.
Officers laid 140 charges against the three men and two women, though this has been significantly reduced since as the result of ongoing case conferences between the Director of Public Prosecutions and the defendants' lawyers.
Purtell and Pearce's Kurrajong Crescent home in West Albury and El-Zayat and Tannous' Nightingale Avenue house in Wodonga were raided by police.
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