A Glenroy man in jail bail refused over an alleged police pursuit remains undecided on whether he will fight the matters in court.
Braedon Kane Williams' matters went before Albury Local Court magistrate Richard Funston on Monday morning.
But the 32-year-old did not, declining to appear in court - which has only just returned after the Christmas break - via a video link to Junee jail.
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Williams is facing 20 charges in relation to the alleged high-speed chase across Albury eight days ago.
Defence lawyer Sascha McCorriston said Williams had decided against making an application for bail "and doesn't wish to come on screen".
But Ms McCorriston said Williams had provided her with instructions about the legal course he wanted to take.
She said he had requested a two week-adjournment "so he can go through the very lengthy police facts with Legal Aid".
His preferred date for a return of the case to court was January 25, which was then set by Mr Funston - who formally refused bail for Williams.
Williams' lengthy list of charges includes several second counts of driving while disqualified, second offences charges of police pursuit, using an offensive weapon to prevent lawful detention, destroy or damage property, refuse or fail to submit to the taking of a blood sample, supplying a prohibited drug at greater than an indictable but less than a commercial quantity, dangerous driving and goods in custody.
He is accused of leading police on a pursuit on January 4 from about 3.30pm.
This was soon called off out of safety concerns, but the NSW police air wing continued to track Williams.
He was arrested after his Holden VF Commodore went into a brick wall in the driveway of a Glenroy house about 6pm.
It has been alleged that Williams had driven at high speed on the wrong side of the road during the pursuit, narrowly missing several cars.
Police further claim Williams was in possession of methamphetamine, $1000 cash and driver licences.