Dylan Yang sentencing rescheduled to September 6, 2016

SUAB HMONG NEWS (06/16/2016) – Dylan Yang’s original sentencing date has been rescheduled to September 6, 2016.  A new attorney, Harry Hertel, was hired to defend Yang and he needed more time to go through documents to present in court.
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Dylan Yang was convicted up to a 60-year in prison by a Jury in March for stabbing death of Isaiah Powell for first degree reckless homicide.
As indicated on WSAW-TV:
At the time of his conviction, Yang was represented by Jay Kronenwetter, who ran for Wausau Mayor in April and lost to Robert Mielke. Now, with the change in representation, Yang’s current attorney says some time was lost in preparation for his sentencing.
“There are some aspects that do concern me here, some of which I noted in the courtroom that have to be looked at in terms of the time that could be devoted to the case and whether or not a jury could be impacted by some of the publicity that came up regarding Mr. Kronenwetter,” said defense attorney Harry Hertel.
The rescheduled sentencing on September 6, 2016 is expected to go all day in court begin at 9:00 a.m.