Waratah-Wynyard councillor Darren Fairbrother will go to hearing in the Burnie Magistrates Court in November on a charge of prohibited behaviour.
Mr Fairbrother has pleaded not guilty to the charge, which relates to an alleged incident on Boat Harbour beach in January.
It is understood the complainant is lawyer and Crown prosecutor Kate Brown, and witnesses include her husband Launceston Magistrate Simon Brown.
Burnie Magistrate Leanne Topfer listed the matter for hearing on November 29, "assuming the visiting magistrates is able to get here".
It was previously indicated to the court an interstate magistrate would be required to preside over the case due to the matter involving members of Tasmania's legal fraternity.
The charge carries a sentence of up to 12 months in jail and a maximum fine of $8600.
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