Earlier this month, the jury in New Hampshire found Reno guilty on two counts, but could not reach an agreement on two other counts, resulting in a mistrial on those two undecided charges.
The government will retry those two unresolved counts on June 23, 2008, according to a recent filing in the Bob Wollfe’s docket. The prosecutors have asked the judge to delay Wolffe’s sentencing until Reno’s trial is over, because Wolffe is expected to testify against Reno as a condition of his plea agreement.
In case anyone has forgotten, Reno provided security for Ed and Elaine Brown during their standoff against the US Marshals. He was found guilty of two counts, and his two co-defendants were found guilty on all counts. To catch up on the case, merely search for “Reno” on this blog.