The sentencing of former Secaucus mayor Dennis Elwell has again been postponed, this time until April 12.
Elwell, convicted on one of three corruption charges last July, was recently scheduled to go before U.S. District Judge Jose L. Linares in Newark on March 6, but the date was changed on Feb. 14.
The move to April is the fourth postponement of his sentencing.
Elwell faces a maximum statutory penalty of ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Co-defendant Ronald Manzo, who cut a deal and testified against Elwell, will face the judge March 26.