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In December, a federal judge is expected to decide whether Katherine Kealoha’s sentencing should be based on sentencing guidelines for deprivation of civil rights or obstruction of justice.
Several wrote that Louis Kealoha, convicted of conspiracy in federal court, did not know the extent of crimes committed by his wife, former deputy prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, but her lawyer said it’s unfair for her to take all the blame.
Louis Kealoha’s plea deal will keep him from a trial that had been set for January. It comes a day after his wife, Katherine, signed her own agreement.
Her attorney said she signed a deal at the Federal Detention Center Sunday morning.
The marriage is irretrievably broken, Louis Kealoha indicated in his court complaint.
A federal judge approved the law enforcement couple’s waiver of a jury trial.