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Feds want October start trial for NY Congressman

NEW YORK (AP) -- Federal prosecutors want to start Republican New York Rep. Michael Grimm's tax evasion trial in October, a month before Election Day.
Assistant U.S. Attorney James Gatta said in court Monday that motion procedures and hearings in the case could be held by the end of September with a trial starting the following month.
Grimm has been indicted on 20 counts for allegedly evading taxes by hiding more than $1 million in sales and wages while running a small Manhattan restaurant.
The Staten Island lawmaker and former FBI agent has pleaded not guilty. He says he's the target of a political witch hunt aimed at driving him out of office.
The Staten Island Advance ( ) says Grimm's new attorney wanted a three- to four-week delay so he could review case material.
   Information from: Staten Island Advance,
AP-WF-07-22-14 0836GMT
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