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October 29, 1987

U.S. District Judge Thomas Flannery in Washington postponed the conflict-of-interest trial of former White House aide Lyn Nofziger until Jan. 11 and denied all pending motions to dismiss the indictment. Flannery set the new date for the trial, originally scheduled to begin Nov. 16, to avoid interruptions during Thanksgiving and Christmas. Nofziger, former White House political director, is charged with violating the Ethics in Government Act by contacting former Reagan Administration officials in 1982 on behalf of lobbying clients, including the scandal-plagued Wedtech Corp. of the Bronx, N.Y.

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