Army Private Bradley Manning is escorted away from his Article 32 hearing February 23, 2012 in Fort Meade, Maryland. During the hearing, Manning deferred his plea to the 22 charges against him and deferred a decision over whether he wanted a military judge or a jury to hear his case (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) - A pretrial hearing is set to continue for an Army private accused of leaking classified information to the website WikiLeaks.
Pfc. Bradley Manning is due back in a military courtroom Wednesday in Fort Meade, Md.
Lawyers for both sides argued Tuesday over access to emails related to Manning's detention at a military brig in Quantico, Va.
On Wednesday, the lawyers were expected to discuss whether any prior misconduct committed by Manning can be introduced at trial.
Manning is accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of cables and war logs to WikiLeaks.