Prosecutors are seeking an additional year in prison for 82-year-old Robert Anton Woodring, seen recently below, for jumping bail in 1977.
Woodring’s sentencing has been delayed several times for medical evaluations.
A hearing is set Monday before U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke.
Prosecutors say Woodring failed to surrender in 1977 to begin serving a seven-year prison sentence for fraud and for a related conviction involving an attempt to flee in his 60-foot yacht so officials couldn’t seize it.
U.S. Marshals caught Woodring in Guadalajara, Mexico, in December 2014 after getting a tip while searching for another fugitive.
Mexican officials sent him back to the U.S.