(Peoria, IL) — Court officials may set a trial date for the case against former Peoria Congressman Aaron Shock next week. U.S. District Judge Colin Bruce is holding a hearing on July 6th where the date may be set. The Peoria Republican faces a slew of charges including wire fraud, mail fraud, making false statements, filing a false tax return, theft of government funds and falsification of Federal Election Commission filings. He was indicted back in November of 2016. Schock’s lawyers are disputing the claims.