Fresh charges could still be laid against former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale, but he will have to wait at least until September to find out what they are.
Pisasale did not appear as his matter was mentioned in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday for the first time since April, when the prospect of new charges was raised.
The 66-year-old faces two counts of attempting to pervert the course of justice, two counts of fraud, and one count each of official corruption, perjury, misconduct in office and possession of restricted drugs.
The matter has been adjourned to September 7 as the Queensland Director of Public Prosecutions considers more charges stemming from witness statements.
"There are more charges pending still and it won't be moving through the Magistrates Court anytime soon," a legal officer representing the DPP told the court.
"We thought it best to move it to the major operations callover."
The court heard Pisasale's lawyers had received a significant number of further witness statements.
Pisasale's charges relate to allegations he took goods meant for charity organisations worth more than $60,000 and lied to Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission.
It is unknown what the new charges would be, or when they would be laid.
Court documents reveal Pisasale "dishonestly applied to his own use a quantity of tools" worth $51,292 between November 2016 and June 2017 intended for Men's Sheds.
He is also accused of dishonestly applying to his own use a $10,000 cheque "in his possession subject to a direction ... that it should be applied to a charity organisation" in June 2013.
Between March 2015 and May 2017 he is alleged to have "corruptly agreed to receive" $50,000 by having suspended Ipswich City Council chief executive James Michael Lindsay reduce the purchase price of a property development.
The CCC also charged Pisasale with perjury after he allegedly lied to an investigative hearing about never carrying a bag of cash for lawyer friend Sam Di Carlo.
Pisasale was intercepted at Melbourne airport on May 13 by Australian Federal Police carrying $50,000 cash in a bag.
Pisasale, who resigned last June citing health concerns, is also facing extortion, assault and attempting to pervert the course of justice charges.
Former Ipswich City Council chief executive Carl Wulff and his wife Sharon Oxenbridge also had their charges of two counts each of official corruption mentioned in court on Monday.
Their matter has been adjourned to July 30.
Wulff faces a further allegation of attempting to pervert the course of justice.