Ben Padarath has appeared in court again but the DPP's office says it needs more time to review the charges brought against him before it proceeds.
Padarath is accused of concealing false government documents but has yet to make a plea.
It's alleged the documents were found in the Suva home of Padarath, the nephew of the former land force commander, Pita Driti, who was implicated in last year's alleged failed plot to topple the illegal leader, Frank Bainimarama.
Padarath's appearance in the Suva Magistrates Court this morning was his second. His appearance in court in a wheelchair last month (see picture) sparked a huge controversial outcry and debate about his assault at the hands of the police.
A restraining order was granted at that appearance protecting him from further police harassment and interviews.
His medical report was presented to the court today.
Fiji Village says Padarath will appear again in June.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Tomorrow on Coupfourpointfive, the Ghanian businessman, Paul Kofi Freeman, tells his story, revealing how much money he says he lost to Renee Lal and Ben Padarath and what he's been doing in Fiji since 2009. "I am just a young fella like anyone else in the world, trying to make my dreams come true but they are trying to kill me before my dream comes true. She (Renee Lal) is trying to crucify me."