Johnson’s sentencing pushed back to April 2

Mark Johnson is allowed to stay in the UK with his family until March 26

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Mark Johnson: his lawyers plan to appeal the verdict
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A federal judge in Brooklyn has once again adjourned sentencing for former HSBC currency executive Mark Johnson until April 2 at his lawyers’ request. Johnson is also allowed to remain in the UK until March 26, court documents show.

Johnson was initially scheduled to be sentenced on February 15. However, the presentencing process was delayed when the defence submitted additional financial documents to the probation department, pushing the matter back to March 8 to allow ample time for review.

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