LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- The attorney for a doctor convicted in a bombing that severely injured the Arkansas State Medical Board chairman has until May 25 to file a brief in the doctor's appeal.
The brief from lawyer Blake Hendrix was due last week, but U.S. District Judge Brian Miller approved his extension request.
Mann was sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 bombing outside the home of Dr. Trent Pierce, who was blinded in one eye.
Miller last week OK'd a temporary restraining order that prevents Mann and his wife, Sangeeta, from transferring, dissipating, and/or selling interest they have in any asset. The couple must provide copies of affidavits of financial means from their divorce proceedings to prosecutors by Thursday.
Hendrix didn't immediately return a call after hours on Monday seeking comment.
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