The re-trial of Coatesville Area School District’s former Superintendent Richard Como is being continued again. On Thursday, the defense was granted a continuance in the high-profile case. Attorney Christian Hoey, who represents Como, told Senior Judge Thomas Gavin he may be unavailable for the originally planned early October trial, the date the new trial had been tentatively scheduled. In early January, a mistrial was declared when one of Como’s previous attorneys, Paul Rubino, suddenly fell ill during his opening statements. Gavin declared that mistrial. Como has been charged with theft and ethics violations and was arrested more than two years ago, along with former CASD athletic director James Donato. Como is accused of using school funds to pay for championship football rings for himself and others. He is also charged with ethics violations with respect to the hiring of his son, Matthew Como, as an employee of the school district. Como faces more than 40 charges. His new trial date may not be until some time in November.