A federal judge has agreed to postpone the trial of Governor Hogan’s former chief Roy McGrath. The defense made the request earlier this week saying McGrath lives in Florida and is not allowed to review discovery documents while out of state. McGrath’s trial was scheduled to start today and the judge has yet to announce a new trial date. McGrath allegedly forged a document to make it appear that the governor approved a 233-thousand-dollar severance from the Maryland Environmental Service so he could leave that job and become chief of staff. Governor Hogan is expected to be called as a witness.