BOISE -- Federal prosecutors and the lawyer for an indicted former Tamarack Resort suitor exchanged legal salvos ahead of a hearing where a judge will entertain discussion of the defendant's freedom pending trial.
The hearing on Matthew Hutcheson is set for 11 a.m. on Friday in the U.S. District Courthouse in Boise.
Hutcheson remains out of jail following not guilty pleas to charges including that he bilked investors of $5 million.
But prosecutors called for Friday's hearing to reconsider terms of his release.
That's because they say Hutcheson's father-in-law violated a court order by inappropriately marketing a golf-course loan linked to the criminal case to investors.
Meanwhile, Hutcheson's attorney, Dennis Charney, says Hutcheson's father-in-law, Brad Mason, didn't violate conditions -- and informed the investors the note was tangled up in the proceedings.