He said four houses were also searched on Sunday in Magill, Brahma Lodge, Parafield Gardens and Kilburn and police would continue to monitor any ongoing risks.
Detective Inspector Hutchins said conspiracy to murder could lead to life imprisonment and conspiracy to commit arson on a home thereby endangering life could result in a term of up to 15 years.
Currently, very few details are known of the plot as the two month operation was highly confidential.
It is alleged 63 year old Frederick Bernard Walkuski offered to pay 42 year old Hendrick Gisbertus Van Schaik to undertake the crimes which were motivated by retribution.
His solicitor, Nick Vadasz, said Mr Walkuski had told him he was not guilty of the charges.
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Major Crime Detective Inspector Greg Hutchins said the police operation was complex and carried a high degree of risk.
Co accused Frederick Walkuski, who is currently serving a sentence, had a bedside hearing and was heard at the court via telephone.
The local men face charges of conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to commit arson on a home thereby endangering life.
Mr Van Schaik, who was unrepresented, appeared at the Murray Bridge Magistrates Court via videolink from the nearby watchhouse.
"For their family and friends to hear about that in the press . is most undesirable and may cause undue stress to the alleged victims."
The names and identity of the three alleged victims have been temporarily suppressed to allow them to personally tell their friends and family about the plot.
Neither applicant applied for bail and the defendants will be remanded in custody.
"I've never seen anything like this before to attack two judges and a senior police officer . a very serious offence.
"There's no doubt that this operation thwarted a plan that could have easily ended in multiple deaths and significant loss of property."
Solicitor Nick Vadasz arrives at the Murray Bridge Magistrate's Court to defend 63 year old Frederick Bernard Walkuski who has been charged with conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to commit arson on a home thereby endangering life.
But, as was revealed in the Murray Bridge Magistrates Court on Monday, it was a conspiracy that occurred in jail between two prisoners.
"We believe the offences were imminent and potentially would've occurred this week, and so we needed to act today (Sunday)," he said.
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Both men were arrested on Sunday following an intense police operation that spanned two months and required up to 30 police officers at times.
"It is a far cry from some minor assault to state the obvious," Magistrate Anderson said.
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The trial will be adjourned to the Adelaide Magistrates Court on October 14.
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Police are continuing investigations and have not ruled out more arrests.
Two Murray Bridge men appeared at the Murray Bridge Magistrates Court on Monday for allegedly plotting to kill two South Australian judges, destroy their homes and destroy the house of a senior police Puma Sports Shoes For Men
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