SANTA FE — Final resolution in the Michael Gallegos case will have to wait a while longer.
Gallegos, 19, had been scheduled for sentencing Friday morning in a Santa Fe district courtroom for his role in the August 2008 Robertson High football hazing scandal. But a reported bout with kidney stones prevented Gallegos’ lead attorney, Billy Blackburn, from attending the hearing, and a postponement was ordered by Judge Mark Macaron.
Both sides acknowledged that the delay was necessary, albeit an inconvenience to participants.
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