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Former Halfmoon supervisor's trial pushed back to June

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Former Halfmoon Supervisor Melinda Wormuth’s trial on influence-peddling charges was pushed back to June so her lawyer can focus on another high-profile case. Defense Attorney E. Stewart Jones requested additional time to prepare Wormuth’s defense, since he’s now preparing for the trial of former state Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno. Wormuth’s trial on the felony charges of extortion and making a false statement was slated to begin in mid-April, just weeks before Bruno’s trial is ...

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