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                                Katherine and Louis Kealoha leave court after being found guilty of conspiracy and obstruction. Two co-defendants were found guilty of obstruction.
Sentencing for Kealohas delayed until Halloween

U.S. District Chief Judge J. Michael Seabright agreed Thursday to delay the sentencing of Katherine and Louis Kealoha for their conspiracy and obstruction convictions while settlement talks continue related to the couple’s upcoming trial on bank fraud charges and a later drug-related trial involving Katherine Kealoha and her brother. Read more

New trial in Kealoha civil case may be in order, judge says

A state judge Friday said he was inclined to grant a new trial in the civil dispute between Katherine Kealoha and her grandmother and uncle, but the case needs to be sent back from an appellate court before the judge can do so, according to the attorney for the Kealoha relatives. Read more

Lawyers agree to delay trials for Puana and Kealohas

Attorneys for the government and Louis and Katherine Kealoha and her brother have agreed to postpone upcoming criminal trials by several months and are asking a federal judge to approve the delays. Read more

Former Ethics Commission leader rips members for lack of support

The former director of the Honolulu Ethics Commission told the panel’s members Wednesday that they violated the public’s trust by pulling him and his staff off from their investigations of ex-Police Chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, then-Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha. Read more

Katherine Kealoha appears in shackles

Deputy prosecutor- turned-felon Katherine Kea­loha shuffled into federal court Thursday wearing an off-white, short-sleeve prison jumpsuit, navy blue boat shoes and shackles around her ankles. Read more

Louis Kealoha likely to find it hard to visit wife in prison

Convicted former Police Chief Louis Kealoha likely will find it difficult to visit his wife in federal prison, where former Deputy Prosecutor Katherine Kealoha is awaiting sentencing after the couple and two Honolulu Police Department officers were found guilty last week on corruption and obstruction charges. Read more

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