The two accused in the murder of WPC Nyasha Joseph have appeared in the Port of Spain Eighth Court to answer the charges.
Kenneth Browne, 38 and Melissa Browne, 28 appeared before Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar.
The case has been postponed to April 18th.
The accused were once married but are now divorced.
WPC Joseph's body was discovered in the Gulf of Paria last week Wednesday.
She had gone missing six days before.
Homicide detectives have until Monday to charge or release the first suspect they held in connection with the murder of WPC Nyasha Joseph.
High Court Judge Nadia Kangaloo gave the order yesterday, after hearing a habeas corpus application challenging the detention of the 36-year-old Sea Lots resident over the past week.
Several police officers at the port of Port-of-Spain have told reporters that a body discovered in the Gulf of Paria by a fisherman is that of missing WPC Nyasha Joseph.
Joseph went missing last Thursday and several searches have been focussed in the Sealots area and the waters offshore.
Officers attached to the Homicide Division have also confirmed that the body is that of the missing WPC.
Michael Seales, president of the Police Social and Welfare Association has also told the media that preliminary reports indicate the discovery is that of WPC Joseph.