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Monday, July 14, 2014

WILL HE FLIP? Third Trial Postponement For Ingersoll Co-Defendant Roy Bradley Granted; Bradley's Federal Asbestos Removal Trial Delayed Until September 30

It looks more likely that Roy C. Bradley, Sr., one of four co-defendants in Steven Ingersoll's federal fraud case, may be exploring a plea deal that would offer a "a global resolution of all charges" involving Bradley.

In a court document filed on July 9, Bradley's asbestos case attorney, Elias J. Escobedo, asked that the previous trial date of August 19, 2014 be adjourned to allow him needed additional time to review the voluminous discovery in this case, to confer with his client, and also to confer with counsel for Roy Bradley on the fraud case.

James Piazza, counsel for Bradley's co-defendant Gerald Essex, agreed with Escobedo that the requested adjournment was warranted under the circumstances and would "serve the ends of justice". 

U. S. District Judge Thomas L. Ludington ordered that Bradley's asbestos trial be delayed from August 19 to September 30 at 8:30am.

In addition, Bradley was ordered by Ludington to appear before him on August 25 at 2:00pm in the Bay City federal courthouse for a status conference on the asbestos case.

The deadline for submitting a plea agreement in the Ingersoll fraud case is August 25 at 9:30am, and motions must be filed no later than August 19.

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