The sentencing hearing in former state Sen. Robert Mellow's corruption case is now scheduled for October.
A federal judge has granted probation officials more time to finish their presentence report on Mellow, who pleaded guilty to a federal conspiracy charge stemming from misuse of his taxpayer-funded staff.
U.S. District Judge Joel Slomsky earlier this week pushed Mellow's sentencing date back to Oct. 8. Mellow could get up to five years in prison.
Prosecutors said Mellow exhibited "willful blindness" while staffers used work hours to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Friends of Bob Mellow campaign committee and the Democratic State Senate Campaign Committee.
Mellow served four decades in the Senate before deciding not to seek re-election.
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