UPDATE - Confusion over which family members were allowed to speak at the sentencing has forced its postponement.
The judge ruled that any victim family members could speak, not just the 3rd-floor victims.
Sentencing will take place Thursday afternoon.
PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - A landlord charged with a misdemeanor code violation in connection with a deadly fire in Portland will be sentenced today.
Six people were killed back in 2014 in the fire on Noyes Street.
Gregory Nisbet was acquitted of manslaughter in the case -- but was found guilty of a misdemeanor fire code violation for lack of a secondary exit from the 3rd floor bedrooms of the building.
He faces 180 days in jail and a 1-thousand dollar fine.
He will be in the Cumberland County court at 8:30 this morning.