The judge overseeing the federal bribery and corruption case of Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams is postponing his trial until next month. U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond set a new date of June 19th last week, 19 days after the original date. Diamond has argued it's in the public's best interest to have the case resolved quickly and had previously reprimanded prosecutors for seeking more time to prepare for the trial. Both prosecutors and defense attorneys for Williams had filed a joint motion last week seeking the extension.
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