EL PASO, Texas -- A Mexican court has authorized a re-enactment of events leading to the arrest of a Dallas trucker who says he made a wrong turn into Mexico while driving a vehicle filled with ammunition.

Jabin Bogan's attorney says experts and prosecutors will attend the Thursday re-enactment of the moment when Bogan tried to make a U-turn at a border crossing bridge at Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Bogan has been jailed since the April 17 incident in which he was found with 268,000 bullets inside his 18-wheeler.

Bogan has claimed his GPS malfunctioned. Mexican customs officials testified he was trying to turn around and, when asked, showed paperwork showing the ammunition was destined for a wholesaler in Arizona.

Prosecutors alleged Bogan concealed the cargo and charged him with smuggling military ammunition.

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  • Aletha Smith, mother of trucker Jabin Bogan, who was arrested with 268,000 bullets in Mexico speaks pauses during a news conference, Wednesday, May 2 , 2012 in El Paso, Texas. Bogan claims he took a wrong turn that led him into Mexico while transporting the cargo for an ammunition dealer in Arizona. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)

  • Soldiers put final touches on a giant "No More Weapons" billboard made with crushed firearms placed near the U.S. border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Friday Feb. 17, 2012. President Felipe Calderon unveiled the billboard Thursday and urged the United States to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico. (AP Photo/Raymundo Ruiz)

  • Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks during the unveiling of a giant "No More Weapons" crushed firearms placed near the U.S. border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Thursday Feb. 16, 2012. Calderon urged the United States to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico. (AP Photo)

  • A soldier holds a welder as he puts the final touches on a giant "No More Weapons" billboard made with crushed firearms placed near the U.S. border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Friday Feb. 17, 2012. President Felipe Calderon unveiled the billboard Thursday and urged the United States to stop the flow of weapons into Mexico. (AP Photo/Raymundo Ruiz)

  • Remington Reese, Rick Reese, Ryin Reese,

    These booking photos from the Las Cruces Police Department show suspects, from left, Remington Reese, 19, Rick Reese, 55, and, Ryin Reese, 24, who were arrested Aug. 30, 2011 while opening a gun shop, New Deal Shooting Sports II in Las Cruces, N.M. Federal agents raided the southern New Mexico gun store Tuesday and arrested the owner, his wife and their two sons on a 30-count indictment accusing them of smuggling guns across the border with Mexico.(AP Photo/Las Cruces Police Department)

  • In this Nov. 15, 2011 photo, from left, Cathedral High School students Carlos Gomez,17, Andy Leos, 16, Daniel Garibay, 17, Nick Venecia,16, Alex Zamora, 15, and Guillermo Lopez, 16, pose for a picture in El Paso, Texas. Following the killing of two of their schoolmates in 2001 in Ciudad Juarez, these students formed the Hope Without Borders group to help raise awareness on violence and victimization in the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez area. (AP Photo/Juan Carlos Llorca)