The sentencing of budding actor and singer Roy Chow Wing-hang has been adjourned until July 30, pending a more thorough probation report. Chow, 20, who pleaded guilty two weeks ago to possessing 20 tablets of a party drug, did not comment on Magistrate William Lam Kui-po's decision. He looked tense and sat straight as he waited with his family to appear at Kwun Tong Court. His lawyer, Wong Kwok-kee, said Chow had hoped the case would end yesterday because he had been under great pressure. 'He is very remorseful and shows great determination to reform. He has a caring family,' he said, adding that Chow was ready to accept a probation order or a community service order. Mr Lam, who heard the case yesterday because Principal Magistrate Kwok Wai-kin - to whom Chow had pleaded guilty two weeks ago - was on holiday, said the probation order report suggested that more time was needed to clear up two points, although he did not explain what these were. 'We can't end the case just because the defendant wants to have it ended,' he said. Mr Wong said outside court that the report wanted the singer to provide another urine test, although Chow had voluntarily submitted a sample trying to prove that he was not a drug addict. Officers from the Narcotics Bureau arrested Chow when he returned to his home in Ngau Tau Kok at 1am on April 27. Twenty tablets containing a total of 0.09 grammes of nimetazepam - also known as Erimin 5 - and traces of nitrazepam were found. The powerful sleeping pills are classed as hypnotic. Mr Lam granted Chow bail of $5,000. Mr Kwok will hear the case on July 30. The maximum penalty for possession of a dangerous drug is seven years' imprisonment and a $1 million fine.