The trial of former Harris Township supervisor and Boal Mansion CEO Christopher Lee has been postponed again.
Proceedings in the case have moved from July 6 to August 31 at the request of the prosecution, U.S. Judge Matthew W. Brann ordered Wednesday. Lee and his attorney opposed the motion.
Lee was indicted by a grand jury in October on enticement, transport of a minor with intent to engage in sexual activity, and child pornography charges. Additional charges of evidence tampering and attempting to produce child pornography were added in March.
Brann ordered earlier this week that Lee will stand trial on the enticement and transportation charges separate from the child pornography and evidence tampering charges.
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Lee maintains his innocence.