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Joel Greenberg wants to postpone sentencing until March, as long as cooperation with the feds is maintained

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Joel Greenberg, the former Seminole County tax collector who pleaded guilty to six federal crimes in May, has asked a judge to delay his sentencing until March 2022 as he continues to cooperate with federal authorities. Greenberg is due to be sentenced November 18. But in a newly filed motion, his attorney Fritz Scheller said that Greenberg’s cooperation with investigators, which was a condition of his plea deal “cannot be completed prior to the time of his sentencing.” “The parties expect that Mr. Greenberg will participate in additional proffers, and a continuance wo…

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