Nagin's attorney filed several requests to have the charges dropped that were denied, however a request to postpone the trial was granted.
The new trial date has been set for January 27, 2014. Nagin was charged with 21 indictments, including bribery, conspiracy and money laundering earlier this year. The original court date was set for October 29, 2013.
Indictments include bribes from Frank Fradella in the amount of $50,000 along with a granite inventory, wire transfers in the amount of $112,500, and bribes from Rodney Williams and Three Food Consults, LLS, a company owned by Rodney Williams totaling $72,250.
The indictment also includes filing false tax returns for the years 2005 to 2008, accepting bribes or payoffs from consultants and contractors, and a money laundering conspiracy.
Nagin served as mayor of New Orleans from 2002 through 2010. If convicted on all charges, Nagin could spend up to 45 years in prison and a fine that could be as large as $1,100,000.