Senior Constable Kristian White remains on bail while a court awaits a post-mortem report into the death of dementia patient Clare Nowland.
The NSW police officer has been charged with recklessly causing grievous bodily harm, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and common assault after 95-year-old Ms Nowland was tasered in a nursing home.
White, 33, and his partner remained steadfast in front of reporters outside Cooma Local Court on Wednesday and he maintained his silence while being peppered with questions.
Magistrate Roger Clisdell had lambasted the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions for allowing White to dial in via video link for his first court mention in July.
But White has been excused from appearing in court until his committal hearing.
It's alleged White fired his stun gun at Clare Nowland after she was seen holding a steak knife while using a walking frame at the nursing home in the southern NSW town of Cooma in May.
The grandmother fell and hit her head, which resulted in a fractured skull, and died at Cooma Base Hospital a week later.
White was suspended from the NSW Police Force with pay following the incident.
The next court date has been set for October 4.