The jury trial for a former Huntington Beach police officer who is charged with 20 felonies, including rape, was continued Monday.
James Roberts' trial is now set for July 11.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys agreed to continue the trial until more witnesses are subpoenaed.
Roberts' attorney, John Barnett, is issuing more subpoenas and told the court he expects them to be ready on the pre-trial date, which is set for May 13.
"I think he's going to be found not guilty of everything," Barnett said Monday.
Roberts is charged with false imprisonment and forcible rape and sodomy against his ex-wife and a mistress and making criminal threats against a man while working as an officer for the police department.