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Topic - James Milstone
An Indiana judge ordered lead singer Jennifer Nettles of the country duo Sugarland on Friday to give a deposition next month in lawsuits filed over August's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse _ testimony that will focus on whether the band resisted delaying the start of their concert despite threatening weather.
But James Milstone, an attorney for the band's ownership company, Lucky Star Inc., told the judge under questioning that he could not provide a precise date in May when Nettles could give a deposition.
Sosin told Milstone that was unacceptable and said he needed to produce exact dates when she can be deposed.