The resumption of the prosecution case of a former British solider linked to events on Bloody Sunday has been adjourned for 24 hours after the judge was sent to the wrong courthouse.
Soldier F's facing two counts of murder - and five of attempted murder.
Earlier this year, the High Court in Belfast overruled a decision to drop charges against the former paratrooper.
13 unarmed civilians were killed on Bloody Sunday on the Bogside of Derry on January 30th, 1972.
Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service announced last week that the prosecution against the British armed forces member known as Soldier F will continue.
Soldier F is accused of the murders of James Wray and William McKinney, as well as five counts of attempted murder.
The prosecution will restart tomorrow after a mix-up, which meant the district judge presiding over the case was sent to Derry's courthouse instead of Belfast this morning.
Proceedings will get underway in Belfast tomorrow.