The time between the pre-sentence report and the time that he is actually sentenced depends upon a number of things, including but not limited to, 1) the investigator's schedule; 2) the time it takes to gather information from sources other than the defendant; 3) the time it takes for the investigator to write the report; 4) the court's docket--meaning how quickly the court can get the sentencing on the docket.
In many cases, at the time the plea is taken or there is a finding of guilt, the judge will set the sentencing date. If the sentencing date is not set at the time of the plea or finding of guilt, it may possibly take 4 to 6 weeks for the defendant to be sentenced.
You may wish to contact the court and ask if a sentencing date has been set, or contact the person who is preparing the report to find out when the sentencing will occur.
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