The Court then ordered Mr Dankwa to contact the Legal Aid Office in Accra for the disclosure documents, which had been in the custody of the previous counsel.
The previous counsel, the court said, would be forwarding them to Legal Aid.
Ms Sefakor Batsa, a Principal State Attorney who led the Prosecution, said she had contacted the lawyer who was formerly representing the accused persons in respect of handing over the disclosures to the new counsel, who will take over the representation of the accused persons.
Ms Batsa said, Mr Obuor had indicated to her that since he was appointed by the Legal Aid Board, he would prefer handing over the documents to it.
She said Mr Obuor disclosed that, he had been contacted by an officer from the board, who would be coming for the documents.
However, Asiedu made allegations of being tortured by one of the prison officers.
The Court then ordered the Prison Officers to investigate the matter and adjourned the matter to Friday, February 19.
The court held that at the next sitting, the plea of the accused persons would be taken and a jury empanelled.
Asiedu and Bossu are facing a charge of conspiracy.
Asiedu is additionally being held for murder.
The two are believed to be involved in the murder of the legislator at his home at Shiashie, near East Legon in February 2016.
The plea of the two have been preserved and have been remanded into prison custody.