Prosecutors won’t get a second chance to convict ex-lobbyist Kevin Ring until June 2010, a federal judge said in court on Monday.

U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal Huvelle of the District of Columbia said she plans to delay Ring’s new trial until a host of major issues are resolved, including a pending Supreme Court review of the law Ring is charged under. She set a tentative trial date of June 21.

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