Peter Pocklington's sentencing delayed
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- A federal judge postponed a sentencing hearing Thursday for former Edmonton Oilers owner Peter Pocklington after she said Pocklington's attorney filed pre-sentencing paperwork too late for her to properly evaluate it.
U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips reset the hearing for Oct. 27 after admonishing attorney Brent Romney for filing the 78-page document two days ago, instead of three weeks before sentencing as is required.
Pocklington, who lives in Palm Desert, ...
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