A former banker's worsening health leaves him unable to attend his sentencing, even remotely.

Whenever that day comes, Michael DiCenzo believes a judge should consider this fraud defendant's grim medical file.

Though he was to be sentenced Monday for defrauding the Greylock Federal Credit Union of more than $4 million, DiCenzo and his attorney argued that evidence of his diminished condition could not be provided to the U.S. District Court in time.

Since Oct. 16, 2014, DiCenzo, the credit union's former chief loan officer, has been awaiting sentence. Last year, after former Greylock borrower Jeffrey Pierce was sentenced in a related case, DiCenzo began to document health setbacks including bladder cancer, kidney disease, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and a minor heart attack.

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