Johannesburg - Deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo is expected to hear a legal application at the state capture inquiry.
Last week, the commission the heard evidence from Hawks official Kobus Roelofse who detailed the looting of the crime intelligence slush fund.
Former crime intelligence boss Richard Mdluli was a huge benefactor to the looting of the crime intelligence secret service account with him and his family being funded with over R300 000 in travel between 2010 and 2011.
Clergy officials from an African Dream Family Church also benefited from the fund with their travel and accommodation being funded by the CI fund.
None of these expenses could be classified as crime intelligence operations, Hawks official Colonel Kobus Roelofse told the state capture inquiry.