Cooper Gets Week Delay in Sentencing

Cooper Gets Week Delay in Sentencing
By: Heartland News

Former state representative Nathan Cooper receives a delay in his sentencing.
A federal judge ordered Cooper's sentencing set for October 26 instead of October 19 which was originally set.
Cooper resigned August 14th after he pleaded guilty to federal immigration fraud charges.  More specifically, he admitted to getting phony temporary work visas for his trucking company clients.