A federal judge delayed this week’s sentencing of Mary Buckelew, a former Jefferson County commissioner who admitted she lied to a federal grand jury last August when she denied receiving gifts from an investment banker involved in the county’s sewer bond transactions.

Buckelew, who agreed to plead guilty to one count of obstructing justice, was to be sentenced Wednesday. Sentencing was put off until June 30.

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