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Court records show an arraignment for former Utah Attorney General John Swallow has been rescheduled for July 27.

In addition, a preliminary hearing for Swallow's predecessor, Mark Shurtleff, has been pushed back to June 17.

Swallow is expected to plead not guilty to 13 felonies and one misdemeanor — charges that stem from allegations of corruption inside the attorney general's office.

No reason for the scheduling change is cited. The arraignment had been set for July 20.

On Wednesday, Swallow — who was elected in 2012 but resigned amid scandal after just 11 months in office — waived a five-day evidence hearing, which had been scheduled to begin next week.

He faces counts of money laundering, bribery, misuse of public funds, obstruction of justice and falsifying government records.

His attorney has said no plea deal is "on the table."

The evidence hearing for Shurtleff, who was Utah's attorney general for 12 years, has been rescheduled for June 17, court records show. The hearing had been set for June 15. Again, no explanation for the date change is listed.

Shurtleff is charged with nine felonies, including bribery, illegally accepting gifts and obstructing justice.

Swallow, 52, and Shurtleff, 57, were jointly charged in July 2014 with multiple criminal counts, stemming from allegations they had established a pay-to-play culture in the state's top law enforcement office.

Their cases later were separated.

Both former Republican officeholders have maintained they are innocent.