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Start of trial against Tate Publishing's owners delayed again
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OKLAHOMA CITY - A preliminary hearing in the criminal trial of Richard and Ryan Tate, the owners of the now-defunct vanity press Tate Publishing, has been reset for a second time for "investigation, discovery and negotiations," court records show.

The parties agreed earlier this month to move the preliminary hearing date to Feb. 21, 2018.

Mustang-based Tate Publishing & Enterprises closed about a year ago, then briefly reopened before closing a second time when Richard Tate, its founder, and Ryan Tate, Richard's son and the firm's CEO, were arrested and charged.

Each man faces four felony embezzlement charges, a misdemeanor embezzlement charge, and three felony attempted extortion by threat charges.

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