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Sentencing In Acadiana Bribery Scheme Delayed Until December

Two defendants who each pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to accepting bribes have had their sentencing date pushed back to December.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Patrick Hanna granted sentencing delays to Barna Haynes and Greg Williams until after the Robert Williamson‘s trial.

Williamson is the alleged key player in the bribery scheme.

Sentencing for Williams and Haynes has moved from August 8 to December 12.

Haynes used to work as the administrative assistant to 15th Judicial District Attorney Mike Harson.  Williams was an assistant D.A. in that office as well.

Williams for the most part handled traffic cases, including drunk driving cases.

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