The federal judge in Washington overseeing Maria Butina’s criminal case said Thursday she won’t disturb a Friday sentencing date for the Russian gun-rights activist following a row in court papers between prosecutors and defense lawyers.

Butina’s attorneys this week sought to strike a declaration that prosecutors filed last week. Butina pleaded guilty in December to conspiring to act as a foreign agent of Russia without first notifying the U.S. government.

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