The trial of Master Sgt. Jamey Crawford had been scheduled to begin Wednesday afternoon at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. However, the San Antonio Express-News reports the courtroom remained empty of attorneys as the scheduled start time passed.
Finally Lt. Col. Mark Hoover, a lawyer with the Air Force training command, confirmed the postponement. He offered no explanation, other than "to preserve the integrity of the process."
Crawford's accused of wrongfully conducting a sexual relationship with a basic trainee, wrongfully serving alcohol to the trainee, adultery and making a false statement.