So, what will happen next in the case that might link Charlie Strong to a Louisville couple’s divorce?
“I do want Longhorn fans and supporters to know that this will not affect my focus in any way,” Strong said Sunday in a release in regards to a Kentucky attorney’s request that he turn over multiple items to attorneys in Jonathan and Tracy Blue’s divorce case. “My number one priority is getting this team ready to compete at the highest level. We are doing that now and will continue to do so.”
Could the case affect his focus on the team?
Attorney and Sports Illustrated writer Michael McCann delves into the subject in his latest story for the magazine.
If a Kentucky judge orders Strong to turn over items requested in the case, McCann writes that “Strong still might not be deposed for many weeks.”
McCann points out that Strong’s attorney could seek to quash the subpoena with various reasons including: needing more time to assemble the materials, no longer possessing some of the requested items and that some items are irrelevant to the case.
For the entire anaylsis including more reasons Strong’s attorneys would use to seek to quash the subpoena and a potential timeline on how it could play out in the courts, click here.
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