The criminal trio caught in a high-speed chase last week in southwestern Saskatchewan are awaiting court in Swift Current will be waiting a little longer.

They were supposed to appear in court for a bail hearing on Friday, but due to a change in circumstances, they will be having separate court dates later this week.

Crown Prosecutor with the Swift Current Provincial Court House, Greg Lee, reveals how originally, all three were set to be represented by the same lawyer.

"Now they all have to get their own individual lawyers because there might be a conflict of interest arising," said Lee. "Sometimes a lawyer can represent multiple accused people, but there is a possibility that they'll start pointing the finger at each other, then they have to get their own lawyers."

With the development of possible cooperation regarding information about their co-accused, they had to restructure the court dates.

Both Ricky Vidnes and Nicholas Langille will have court appearances this coming Wednesday, followed up on a Thursday appearance by Teegan Austin.

"Legal Aid has to set up each of the three people with their own lawyers," added Lee.

Both Vidnes and Langille will be appearing to be spoken to about acquiring their own lawyers. Austin is set for her court appearance to be a bail hearing.

Swift Current Online will continue to provide updates as they emerge.