TORONTO - A man denied bail in a case related to G20 security is to return to court today in Toronto.

Byron Sonne was arrested on June 22, just days before world leaders descended on Toronto for the G20 summit.

Sonne faces charges of possession of explosives and dangerous weapons, intimidation of a justice system participant and mischief.

Friends and former co-workers have said they think Sonne's case comes down to a misunderstanding.

On Tuesday, a woman facing G20 mischief charges learned she'll will spend another two weeks in custody after her lawyer was more than three hours late for a bail hearing.

Kelly Pflug-Back, 21, is charged with six counts of mischief over $5,000 in connection with damage caused by protesters during the June summit.