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Pisasale: CCC needs extra eight weeks to build case

THE crime and corruption watchdog has been given an additional eight weeks to prepare the full brief of evidence against Paul Pisasale.

The former Ipswich mayor's lawyer, Glen Cranny, was in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday morning, where the extortion and assault case was mentioned again, The Courier-Mail reports.

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale leaves the police watch house in Brisbane, Wednesday, June 21, 2017.
Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale leaves the police watch house in Brisbane, Wednesday, June 21, 2017. Dan Peled /AAP

Prosecutors told the court the Crime and Corruption Commission needed an extra two months to provide the full brief of evidence in the case.

Magistrate Bronwyn Springer ordered the brief be prepared by September 11, with the case mentioned again two weeks later.

Topics:  crime and corruption commission paul pisasale

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