Dykstra, Feds Want Fraud Trial Pushed To March

Law360, New York (October 24, 2011, 7:24 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors and public defenders representing former baseball star Lenny Dykstra on Monday asked that his bankruptcy fraud trial be postponed until March because the massive numbers of documents attorneys will have to wade through makes a scheduled December trial virtually impossible.

Dykstra was indicted on federal bankruptcy fraud charges in California federal court in April for allegedly ignoring a freeze on his property and selling items from his $18 million mansion.

In a joint stipulation, prosecutors said they had provided Dykstra's defense team with 23...
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