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King siblings now seek to also resolve Nobel Prize and Bible case

The Estate of Martin Luther King Jr. and Bernice King announced Thursday they are trying to negotiate a settlement agreement over the future possession of King’s Nobel Peace Prize Medal and his traveling Bible instead of going to trial in late February.

Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney on Thursday granted the King Estate and Bernice King a 30-day stay in the case to allow the parties to negotiate, prepare and executive a written settlement agreement, according to Bernice King’s attorney – Eric Barnum, a partner and lead trial counsel with the Atlanta-based Schiff Hardin LLP law firm.