The extradition case involving Arthur Simpson-Kent, a British citizen accused of murdering his girlfriend and two children in London has been adjourned to January 26.
The Accra circuit court presided over by Justice Rosemond Agyirie, however, instructed the BNI in whose custody the suspect is being held, to allow him unlimited access to his lawyers.
His lawyers today argued that the state had erred in detaining their client without formally charging him.
Arthur Simpson-Kent is alleged to have killed a former EastEnders actress, Sian Blake, and her two sons and bolted to Ghana days after being questioned about the crime.
The alleged murderer was arrested by a team of police detectives from the Homicide Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), led by Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Mr Hanson Gove, at his hideout in a thicket at Butre, near the Busua Beach Resort in the Western Region, last Saturday, January 9, 2016.