The trial for
A change of plea hearing, however, is currently scheduled for Monday at
He will be sentenced at a later date.
Lorinne's trial is still set for later this year, but Eisenberg said he has been negotiating with her attorney to resolve her case prior to trial as well.
Lorinne was originally charged as a co-defendant to her husband, but a judge granted a request to separate their cases. A judge also later dismissed the five counts of unlawful issuance of a bank check as there was no evidence that she was involved in the specific act of writing the checks.
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