NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - Michael Vick's bankruptcy lawyers are
headed back to court in Virginia.
A hearing is planned today in Newport News on the imprisoned NFL
star's revised financial disclosure statement. Last month, U.S.
Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro ruled the first disclosure statement
insufficient and ordered a new one.
The court also is expected to consider issues related to the
sale of some of Vick's cars, his boats and a house in Duluth, Ga.,
that he wants to sell at auction.
The former Atlanta Falcons quarterback remains in the federal
penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan., where he is serving a 23-month
sentence for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy. His lawyers say
in court documents that he could soon be transferred to a halfway
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