The National Rifle Association has agreed to allow the New York Attorney General’s office question a board member about the gun rights organization’s decision to seek Chapter 11 protection.
NRA attorney Gregory Garman of Garman Turner Gordon told U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Harlin Hale during a remote hearing on Monday that the organization has agreed to set a date for a deposition of Judge Phillip Journey, an NRA board member who is a Kansas state judge. The agreement came two weeks before a trial over the attorney general’s motion to dismiss the Chapter 11 case is scheduled to begin.
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