OXFORD – William Catledge, a Tupelo attorney accused of federal tax evasion, asked the U.S. District Court today to move his plea change to June 15.
He is scheduled to plead guilty in Oxford on June 8, but his reset motion asks for a change because one of his attorneys, Ronald Michael of Booneville, has a prior commitment that day.
The motion also says Assistant U.S. Attorney Clay Joyner, who is prosecuting the case, agrees to the change.
Catledge was indicted earlier this year on multiple charges he lied on his federal income taxes.
Read more in Friday’s Daily Journal.
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