The verdicts of two important cases expected tomorrow - that of bail variation for Sri Lankan national Jagath Karunaratne and the verdict on Fiji Labour Party leader, Mahendra Chaudhry, breaching the Exchange Control Act.
Karunaratne is accused of sedition after allegations he and four others wrote anti-government graffiti in Nausori and Suva, in 2011.
Karunaratne wants to be able to report to any police station and to have his curfew lifted.
Chaudhry's situation is murkier.
Coupfourpointfive followers will know the charges revolve around the $1.5 million Chaudhry collected in India during a visit rallying for support for the victims of the 2000 coup.
In 2012, the Fiji High Court dropped a number of charges relating to tax evasion and ruled tax declaration charges be permanently
But Chaudhry has this week had to answer to failing to surrender foreign currency and dealing in foreign currency without permission, a result of the Reserve Bank of Fiji saying it should've been notified about the $1.5 million and the decision to invest it in Australia.
We won't relitigate Chaudhry's ongoing defence regarding his entitlement to the money but note his counsel, QC Peter Bodor, today told the court Chaudhry admits to having it in his account for the past 14 years but has not breached the Exchange Control Act.
Bodor also said the money was always meant to help Chaudhry and his own family to relocate to Australia.
Chaudhry managed to get some of the original charges against him dropped but how will he fare this time round?
Speculation is rife that Justice Madigan, who is expected to sum up tomorrow, will come down heavy on him with some claiming he might get two years. It's also being said he was given the option sometime ago to quit politics and not go up against Frank Bainimarama but chose not, and might find himself taken out of the race.