A court has heard more than 3000 pages of material are involved in the "complex" cases of a group of alleged drug dealers who were arrested in Dubbo and the Hunter region in March.
The cases of eight people allegedly involved in the drug supply syndicate were mentioned briefly in Dubbo Local Court on Wednesday.
The Crown Prosecutor asked for the cases to be adjourned until October 16 because more time was required to work on the "complex" matters that involved multiple people.
Magistrate Gary Wilson agreed to the request, which was also supported by the alleged drug dealers legal representatives.
Dubbo residents Adam Daniel Carnevale, Harley Short, Tracey Elizabeth Gould, Corey Delaney and Caine Leslie Rootes have been charged with a string of drug supply offences.
Cassilis man Paul Michael Anderson and Cessnock residents David John Mathews and Jeffrey Paul Mears were also allegedly involved in the drug supply operation and have been charged with numerous offences.
None of the accused have entered pleas.