Wolfe is presently in court over the charges of alleged sexual abuse, and sexual assault to minors.
His ties to the Illinois Storm are likewise in question due to the ages of the alleged victims being between 13 and 17.
In the previous hearing, Wolfe appeared alone, and was given 48 hours to find an attorney to represent him.
Today, Wolfe shared with the presiding judge, that attorney Ed Parino will be representing him in his case, yet Parino was not available to appear in court in person.
Parino is currently on vacation, and is not set to return until the following week so as to speak to Wolfe about his charges.
After this information was shared with the court Wolfe asked the presiding judge if at all possible after meeting with his attorney, if the case could be moved to an earlier day.
Given the data received the judge decided against it due to Parino’s schedule.
However he did add that if Wolfe were to meet with Parino before his next scheduled hearing, that they could look at the possibility of an earlier date then.
During the court hearing States Attorney, Brian Bower, did make a request to discuss bond conditions during the next hearing, and the Judge agreed.
Wolfe’s next scheduled appearance is set for November 16, at 9a.m.
We will continue to follow this story as it develops.