Sanneh is facing a one count charged of giving false information to a public officer that he was wrongfully terminated after almost five years.
He found himself in a legal tussle when he wrote a petition to the Office of the President concerning his ‘unlawful’ termination.
Dodou Sanneh denied giving any false information.
When the case resumed yesterday, prosecutor Sainey Joof told the court that his witnesses are not in court.
The accused person, Dodou Sanneh, who is defending himself, did not objected to the prosecution’s application because the magistrate resolutely adjourned the case to July 12, 2011.
The trial magistrate also told the accused to prepare his defense as his side of the story might be heard on the same day.
It could be recalled that Dodou Sanneh, a former reporter with GRTS was sacked on September 8, 2006, while covering the presidential campaign for the opposition United Democratic Party, UDP and reinstated within a week, given 20 days working leave, only to be sacked again on 20 November 2006.