NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) - Michael Vick's bankruptcy lawyers are headed back to court inVirginia.
A hearing is scheduled Friday in Newport News on the imprisonedNFL star's revised financial disclosure statement. Last month, U.S.Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro ruled the first disclosure statementinsufficient and ordered a new one.
The court also is expected to consider issues related to thesale 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 federalpenitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan., where he is serving a 23-monthsentence for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy.
His lawyers tell WAVY.com they expect him to released fromfederal prison any day.
Paul Campson, Vick's attorney told WAVY.com, "The process ofMichael Vick being released is underway. It will happen any day. Wehaven't been able to get the Government to say when it will happen.The Government usually gives about a days notice. He could go intoa halfway house any day."
WAVY.com did some digging and learned there is only one halfwayhouse in Newport News. We spoke to the owner of the house,who asked to remain anonymous. He says the halfway house isfull right now and Vick is not going to stay there.
Back in court, Vick's attorneys also told the judgethey fully expect their client to be reinstated to the NFL. After that happens, they say, a percentage of the first seven yearsof his salary will be used to pay off his remaining debts.
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