Judge says Vick must appear
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. -- The judge presiding over Michael Vick's bankruptcy case insisted Friday that the suspended NFL star testify at a hearing in April, even if his attorneys have to get a court order to bring him from a federal prison in Kansas.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro said he will refuse to approve Vick's Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan if the former Atlanta Falcons quarterback fails to show.
"He is the debtor and he has to testify," Santoro said. "The court must be able ...
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