Sentencing was set for Tuesday but that has now been delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The U.S. District Court said in a statement Monday, “In the interest of the safety and health of the public and of court employees, the sentencing hearings for the Katherine Kealoha, Louis Kealoha, Derek Wayne Hahn, and Minh-Hung Nguyen, presently scheduled for March 17 and 18, 2020, are being postponed to a date to be determined.”
The statement said that an executive ordered will be entered shortly “to that effect.”
Kealoha, 49, was admitted to the Hawaii bar in 1996.
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