Another delay in the case of Reza Moazami, the local pimp convicted of huma- trafficking charges, which were the first of their kind in B.C.
He was to be sentenced Monday, but that now will take place Tuesday.
The charges stem from offences that took place in 2009 involving 11 victims, nine of whom were underage.
The Crown has asked for 20 years in prison.
Moazami was found guilty of 30 charges, involving the operation of an underage prostitution ring in Vancouver, Richmond and North Vancouver.
He originally faced 36 charges, but was acquitted on one count of human trafficking after one alleged victim recanted her story.
The delays in his case have been described as a series of “stalling tactics” by Moazami who fired his lawyers on three separate occasions.
The judge warned him in September his sentencing will happen regardless of whether he represents himself or keeps his latest lawyer.