Sentencing postponed for Maureen McDonnell over schedule conflict

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RICHMOND, Va. -- A judge has granted former first lady Maureen McDonnell’s request to have her sentencing postponed.

Maureen, along with former governor Bob McDonnell, were both found guilty of several federal corruption charges back in September.

Earlier this week, Mrs. McDonnell requested her date be changed due to a scheduling conflict her lawyer has.

However, Bob McDonnell will still be sentenced on Jan. 6.

A new date for Mrs. McDonnell's sentencing has not yet been decided.


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