A man languishing in jail bail refused over allegations he took part in an Albury carjacking is expected to fight the charges at trial.
That came with the mention of Giuseppe Gugliandolo's matters in Albury Local Court on Tuesday.
Defence lawyer Abbas Soukie, appearing via a video link to Sydney, told magistrate Richard Funston that case conference details over the allegations were awaiting finalisation.
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It was expected, it was confirmed also by Director of Public Prosecutions representative Mary-Beth McFarlane, that a committal for trial would go ahead when the matter was next mentioned on August 11.
Gugliandolo faces a range of charges over allegations he wielded both a tomahawk and a knife during a string of offences across Albury and Lavington on October 28.
Mr Funston set a hearing date of December 3 for unrelated charges of a second offence of police pursuit, a second offence of driving while disqualified and one of goods in custody.
The carjacking resulted in 13 charges, including aggravated robbery and inflict actual bodily harm, take and detain in company with the intention to gain advantage occasioning actual bodily harm, drive conveyance without the consent of owner, a second offence of driving while disqualified, use offensive weapon with the intention of committing an indictable office, intimidation, destroy or damage property, dangerous driving and goods in personal custody.
The DPP has previously flagged that four other charges, including armed robbery with an offensive weapon, will be withdrawn.
Gugliandolo once again appeared via a video link to Sydney's Long Bay jail.
An application for bail was rejected when this went before Mr Funston a week ago.