His last court proceeding, which took place a month ago, had drawn about two dozen fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the pop sensation, despite his lawyer saying Bieber wouldn't attend.
Monday's court session saw lawyers provide additional disclosure in the case and decide to re-appear in court on May 12.
Bieber's lawyer has said the singer isn't expected at any of the court sessions until a trial date, which likely won't be set until the fall.
Police allege Bieber hit a limousine driver several times in the back of the head after he and five others were picked up by a limo in the early hours of Dec. 30.
Bieber turned himself in to Toronto police in January to face the charge, drawing a crowd of jostling journalists and deliriously screaming fans.
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