“We are now waiting for the court to schedule the first hearing for the trial,” Ali said in a statement.The antigraft body named Nurhadi a graft suspect for allegedly accepting three checks and Rp 46 billion (US$3.1 million) in cash as bribes in connection with three Supreme Court cases between 2011 and 2016.Meanwhile, the KPK also named Rezky and PT Multicon Indrajaya Terminal director Hiendra Soenyoto suspects in the case for promising Nurhadi nine checks from the company.Read also: KPK must use Nurhadi’s arrest to reveal more corruption in judiciary: Former commissioner The KPK put Nurhadi on its most-wanted list on Feb. 13 after he had failed to appear for two questioning sessions. He and his son-in-law were arrested by graft busters on June 1.Investigators previously tracked Nurhadi’s wealth and assets to level a possible money laundering charge against him.According to the wealth report filed in 2012, Nurhadi possessed Rp 33.4 billion in assets, ranging from land to luxury cars. Antigraft activists expressed suspicion over the unusually large wealth, suggesting that some of it might have come from illicit sources.Antigraft activists also urged the KPK to open an investigation into a possible obstruction of justice in Nurhadi’s case, as the suspect had run away from graft busters for nearly five months. Many raised suspicions that other parties might have been involved in protecting him from law enforcement.Topics : A Muh. Ibnu AqilJakartaThe Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) has completed its investigation on former Supreme Court secretary Nurhadi and his son-in-law Rezky Herbiyono in a case of alleged bribery pertaining to cases the court handled between 2011 and 2016.KPK acting spokesperson Ali Fikri said prosecutors had handed over their dossier to the Jakarta Corruption Court on Wednesday.