The National Rifle Association will not be allowed to have an attorney attend an upcoming deposition of its former president, Oliver North, set to be conducted by the New York Attorney General’s Office, a state judge in Manhattan ruled Monday.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Melissa Crane, in both a ruling from the bench and a written decision later Monday, rejected the NRA’s request to have an attorney present for the interview.

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