He was scheduled for sentencing Thursday afternoon in Alexandria. After holding a closed hearing, the judge rescheduled sentencing for April 26. Prosecutors and defense attorneys differ markedly on the severity of Mallory's misconduct.
Defense attorneys argue the information Mallory provided was practically worthless and his actions stemmed from financial desperation. They seek a term no longer than 10 years. Prosecutors want a life sentence, saying Mallory intentionally put human assets at risk.