Former SK Foods owner Scott Salyer pleaded not guilty to federal racketeering and corruption charges Feb. 26 during his arraignment in Sacramento, Calif.
Salyer faces multiple felony charges â including wire fraud, bribery and obstruction of justice â in connection to a federal investigation of his company.
Salyerâs attorney, Malcolm Segal, is requesting the court reconsider bail for Salyer, according to federal court documents.
Salyer remains in federal custody after a magistrate judge in New York denied him bail last month because he was considered a flight risk.
According to the U.S. Attorneyâs Office, Salyerâs case will be back in court March 3 to consider Salyerâs detention, which the U.S. Attorney wants to the court to continue.