Case of IOC Vice President’s Wife Postponed
ATLANTA (AP) _ Lawyers for Julie Pound, wife of International Olympic Committee vice president Richard Pound, received a continuance Monday in her case for scuffling with a police officer during the Olympics.
Defense lawyers Jim Martin and Jack Martin told the judge that both sides wanted more time to study the case and possibly reach a plea agreement. The case was continued until Sept. 23.
Julie Pound was charged with refusing to comply with a police officer, obstruction, using abusive language and simple battery.