SALT LAKE CITY (AP) A judge is delaying a trial set for April in the pay-to-play case against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
Defense lawyer Scott Williams said Monday that his office is sorting through the electronic equivalent of tens of thousands of pages of evidence in the case.
Williams says he's expecting more when federal authorities release the results of their investigation into Swallow and predecessor Mark Shurtleff.
State prosecutor Chou Chou Collins says she won't fight a move to delay the trial. No new date was immediately set.
State prosecutors say the two men accepted improper gifts like as beach vacations from businessmen in trouble with regulators. They have denied any wrongdoing.
The hearing comes days after federal prosecutors said they want to sue Swallow over political donations, a case Williams says is meritless.