Former San Bernardino County assistant assessor Adam Aleman.

BY IMRAN GHORI
STAFF WRITER
ighori@pe.com

Published: 01 December 2011 09:21 AM

A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge Thursday delayed the sentencing of former assistant county assessor Adam Aleman, who is a key witness in a corruption investigation.

The postponement was expected because the cases that Aleman is required to testify in as part of a plea deal have yet to go to trial.

He will return to court July15.

Aleman, a former longtime aide to former assessor and supervisor Bill Postmus, was the first to be arrested in June 2008 as part of a growing investigation that has led to the arrest of several former county officials and a prominent Rancho Cucamonga developer.

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