Whitewater figure Susan McDougal was granted what a judge called the final delay in her trial on charges of embezzling $150,000 from conductor Zubin Mehta and his wife.

McDougal must appear for trial July 24 and there will be no further delays, Superior Court Judge Steven Suzukawa said Monday.The case was delayed repeatedly while McDougal served time in prison for contempt after refusing to testify before a grand jury probing the Whitewater land deal involving President Clinton and his wife.

McDougal was not in court Monday as her attorney Mark Geragos asked for another delay on the basis that prosecutors belatedly turned over 1,000 new documents in the case last week.