Consts. Graeme Beattie, 30, and Paul Clark, 41, have pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted obstruction of justice.
Beattie and Clark consented to stand trial in the Court of Queen's Bench after the conclusion of a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning.
The case has been remanded until July, but a trial date has not been set, according to a Manitoba courts spokesperson.
The officers are accused of falsifying notes and reports that led to a man being charged with drug trafficking in May 2008, according to court documents obtained by CBC News when Clark and Beattie were formally charged.
The case against the suspected drug dealer, 20, wound its way through the courts for months until the Crown stayed the charges against the man in October 2008 on the day his preliminary hearing was set to begin.
An internal police service investigation was launched a month later, and the officers were charged in April 2009.
A mandatory publication ban prevents the reporting of any evidence given at the preliminary hearing.
The officers remain on desk duties within the Winnipeg Police Service.