Cooper's Sentencing Postponed

Cooper's Sentencing Postponed
By: Heartland News

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Former Cape Girardeau representative Nathan Cooper will wait to find out his fate.

Cooper's sentencing moved from to November 21st.
He pleaded guilty in August to immigration fraud charges after using phoney companies to obtain temporary worker permits for a client.
Meanwhile, charges against a woman connected to the case are dropped.
Omega Paulite was accused of selling documents for the workers, but her lawyer says since Cooper was an immigration attorney the law did not bar her from doing so.