Charles Hall’s sentencing Wednesday at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia was supposed to happen last Friday.

But Chief Judge Beryl Howell postponed it until May under the court’s COVID-19 policy, a move that sent Hall’s attorneys scrambling to get him out of the federal detention center as soon as possible, citing the same pandemic that the judge invoked to delay the hearing.

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