Judge vacates Aaron Schock's trial date

URBANA - Former U.S. Congressman Aaron Schock won't go before a judge in January 2018, as scheduled.

Friday, a judge officially vacated all the set pre-trial and trial dates. This comes after Schock appealed to get the charges dismissed, based on a previous judge ruling that vacated a few of the charges. 

Until the appeal court makes a decision, all further deadlines and dates are on hold.


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