Retired Bishop with Alzheimer’s will testify in Rochester Diocese bankruptcy case

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Retired Rochester Bishop Matthew Clark will deposed to testify in an upcoming hearing for the Diocese of Rochester’s bankruptcy case, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.

Clark’s deposition will happen in the next 30 days.

According to a victims attorney, the deposition could last up to three hours and a transcription will be recorded, although no sound or video recording device will be used.

Also happening Tuesday in court, the judge set a bar for alleged victims to file claims.

All claims need to be submitted to Rochester Bankruptcy Court on, or before, August 14, 2020. The claims form was also finalized in court Tuesday.

Find more information online here.

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