A prominent New Zealand sportsman convicted of computer crime charges will keep his name secret until sentencing.
A name suppression hearing was due to be held in a lower North Island court today for the man.
However, due to a relieving judge being unfamiliar with the case, it was deferred until sentencing in August.
The man appeared earlier in June where he pleaded guilty to accessing a computer for a dishonest purpose.
He was granted interim name suppression and remanded on bail until sentencing on August 10.
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