Yesterday, the trial of Andy Andrew began. Andrew faces one charge of indecent assault and the jury trial is expected to last up to three days.
Williams will also preside over six cases that involve charges relating to cannabis.
Noah Davey will be tried by a jury for charges relating to the cultivation of cannabis. His trial begins on Wednesday. Samuel Kautai, who was recently arrested in relation to a cannabis growing operation in Tupapa, will appear before Williams next Tuesday.
Aroa Maea is charged with the possession of cannabis, as is Chase Hunt. Maea will appear next Tueesday. Hunt is also facing a charge relating to the possession of cannabis seeds and will appear on Thursday.
Daniel Akama will be sentenced by Williams for the possession of cannabis next Friday.
Ngatupuna Teinakitama will appear on Friday for two charges of burglary and one of possession of a utensil for drug use.
There will be a number of civil cases on Monday, including three appeals relating to separate incidents.
Next Tuesday, Williams will hear a number of cases. Most notable is the case of the alleged perpetrator of a stabbing that occurred in Taputapuatea on February 10.
Ngatokotoru Kaitara Nicholas will also appear next Tuesday. The 19-year-old is charged with two counts of wounding with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, relating to an incident that occurred outside of the Rehab Nightclub in Avarua on February 16.
However, the most notable case to be heard next Tuesday is Pera Junior Tamanu Pera’s manslaughter charge.
There is a number of minor matters that will be heard by Williams over the remaining three days, before he leaves the country on Friday June 1.