Opposition senator, Vynnette Frederick, who was on Thursday slapped with nine charges relating to making false declarations, swearing falsely, and fabricating evidence, will return to court on July 31.
She appeared Friday before President of the Family Court, Colleen MacDonald, and pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.
Frederick, a lawyer and member of the New Democratic Party, is slated to appear before magistrate, Rickie Burnett in Mesopotamia on July 31.
The charges Thursday afternoon came hours after Burnett upheld a defence submission and dismissed six charges against the senator.
Police later arrested the senator after an extended standoff during which her lawyers argued with police over the legality of arresting someone without producing a warrant. (See videos below)