It's been nearly eight months since ex-Sommet Group leaders Brian and Marsha Whitfield were indicted by a federal court for an alleged multimillion-dollar fraud. The couple has, unsurprisingly, waived their right to a speedy trial, according to court filings this week. The Whitfields, along with accomplice Edwin Todd, had been set to face trial in December, but it appears as though that date will be pushed back.
The trio is being asked to forfeit some $20 million worth of property. For our coverage of the Sommet collapse, click here.