The anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson will face a fresh contempt of court hearing next week at the Old Bailey.
The founder of the English Defence League is accused of breaching reporting restrictions by filming defendants in a trial at Leeds crown court this year.
In a 30-second hearing at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, Nicholas Hilliard QC confirmed that he would hear Robinson's case on 23 October.
The defendant, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was not required to attend the procedural hearing and there were no demonstrations outside court. His previous appearance at the court on 27 September drew hundreds of supporters, some carrying the flags of Ukip and the far-right group Generation Identity.