Ninjaman’s sentencing in the Supreme Court on Friday was pushed back to Monday.

The sentencing hearing was off to a rocky start due to a shortage of handcuffs by the police detail who were responsible for escorting the prisoners to court. The deejay’s attorney told the court that the officers had a delay in bringing the convicted deejay to court because of same handcuff shortage. Nevertheless, Ninjaman, his son Janiel, and Dennis Clayton made it to court only to learn that their sentencing is being pushed back to Monday.

The judge pushed back the hearing to Monday because the attorney representing Clayton was not in court and a character witness had to leave the court before the hearing gets underway. Ninjaman, real name Desmond Ballentine, his son Janiel, and Dennis Clayton were found guilty of murder on November 20th by a seven-member jury. The deejay was seen clad in a blue suit being escorted to court by a heavy police detail.