Michael Greening, whose was announced Wednesday in the face of felony embezzlement charges, will not be in court Friday as planned.
Greening's preliminary exam conference in in Royal Oak has been adjourned to June 22 because his attorney, Paul Stablein, is working on a trial in federal court, Stablein told Royal Oak Patch on Thursday.
since mid-December "due to the possibility of financial irregularities in student activities funds."
The longtime Royal Oak resident, teacher and administrator was . The basis for the charges came from the principal took between $2,000 and up to $40,000 from the school's student activities funds.
If convicted, Greening faces up to five years in prison and/or a fine of $10,000 or three times the amount embezzled, whichever is greater, for each charge.