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Former Seneca Finance Director Brandi Deeds gets another delay in court over felony charges

Another delay.

Former Seneca County Finance Director Brandi Deeds has had court proceedings delayed again, as arguments on pretrial motions in the charges against her were adjourned.

It happened this week as James Doyle, a Rochester attorney who is representing Deeds, met with District Attorney Mark Sinkiewicz in Judge Daniel Doyle’s chambers prior to the scheduled court session on Wednesday.

The Finger Lakes Times reports that Doyle agreed to adjourn the matter until February 19th at 10 a.m., assuming pretrial motions are filed.

Deeds is facing seven counts of first-degree falsifying business records, one count of defrauding the government and a grand larceny charge. All of them are Class E felonies for her role in an alleged scheme involving former County Manager John Sheppard while both were employed by Seneca.


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