Flynn Case In A Tizzy After Withdrawal Of Guilty Plea

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Published on January 16, 2020 - Duration: 00:37s

Flynn Case In A Tizzy After Withdrawal Of Guilty Plea

A federal judge Thursday agreed to postpone former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s sentencing for another month.

Politico reports US District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan is considering Flynn's recent request to withdraw his guilty plea over false statements to the FBI.

The new sentencing hearing is set for Feb.

27th, 2020.

Lawyers were given new deadlines to explain their views on Flynn's unusual move.


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