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Monday - October 4, 2004


RALEIGH - Previously scheduled for Wednesday, October 6, 2004,sentencing in the following cases has been rescheduled for the October 18, 2004, term of court in Greenville, N. C.:

United States v. Norman Y. Chambliss, III,

No. 5:04-CR-59-1H

United States v. Weldon B. Denny,

No. 5:04-CR-60-1H

United States v. Morris Vivona, Jr.

No. 5:04-CR-196-1H

Charges against these defendants resulted from the federal grand jury investigation of the Meg Scott Phipps Campaign 2000 for Commissioner of Agriculture.

Chambliss and Vivona previously pled guilty to obstruction of justice, and Denny pled guilty to making a false statement to a federal agency. United States District Judge Malcolm J. Howard will preside.


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