Michael Cohen won't have to report to prison until May, judge rules

Posted at 1:34 PM, Feb 20, 2019

Judge William Pauley has approved a request from former Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to delay his date to report to prison from March 6 to May 6.

In the request, Cohen's lawyers cited his recent shoulder surgery and upcoming congressional testimony as reasons to delay the report date.

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