Two of the three men charged with the murder of 23-year-old Oamaru man James Matthew Ellis were denied further name suppression at the High Court in Dunedin today.
Father and son Dean Carruthers, 47, and Mark, 17, of Dunedin appeared with another co-accused - a 25-year-old unnamed man - over Ellis's murder on Friday, April 1.
Ellis's body was discovered at Blueskin Bay Estuary at Warrington the following morning.
Mark Carruthers' lawyer, Anne Stevens, sought continued name suppression for her client on medical and psychiatric grounds.
However, Judge Christine French said she was satisfied the grounds were not sufficient to continue suppression.
She said the only reason the youth had name suppression was to protect the identity of his father, so further suppression for him was also revoked.
All three men were further remanded until November 23, with Dean Carruthers granted a continuation of bail.
Mark Carruthers, who has been bailed to a Christchurch address until now, was remanded in custody to appear again on the November date.
The Christchurch address was no longer available, the youth's counsel Brian Kilkelly said.
No pleas have been entered.