A WOMAN who allegedly went on the run with her fiance for 21 days after a child porn raid on their Langwarrin home travelled from Darwin to appear in the Melbourne Magistrates Court today,
Prosecutor Marisa DiPietrantonio told the court more time was need to resolve discussions with lawyers for Rebecca Michels, 25.
Ms DiPietrantonio said the issues in contention were "quite defined".
Magistrate Felicity Broughton adjourned the matter for a committal case conference on May 18.
Bail for Ms Michels, who has been living with her family in Darwin, was continued.
Ms Michels' fiance, Craig Stanley, 28, later appeared via video link and was remanded in custody to also appear on May 18.
The couple have been charged with making, possessing and transmitting child pornography, and committing indecent acts with a child under 16.
Ms Michels was granted bail at her court appearance in December when her father agreed to put up a $100,000 surety.
During this previous hearing, the court was told the couple had been on the run for 21 days after police raided their Langwarrin home.
Police had seized computer files which allegedly included 76 images of a naked and semi-naked Ms Michels and in several photographs she was posing with a 10-year-old girl.
Thousands of other child pornography images were allegedly found on computers taken from their home.
Ms Michels and Mr Stanley were arrested at a bush camp 400 kilometres north-west of Melbourne on November 18.