Attorneys In Duke Lacrosse Case Meet With AG's Office

Attorneys representing three Duke lacrosse players charged with sexual assault have met with prosecutors from the state Attorney General's office.

Attorneys representing charged players Reade Seligmann, Collin Finnerty and David Evans met with special prosecutors Mary Winstead and James Coman at the A-G's office yesterday.

Attorneys for the two sides also met last week in Durham regarding the case. The attorney general's office is handling the case after Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong recused himself from the case last month. Nifong cited a conflict of interest in prosecuting the case since he has been charged with ethics violations for actions in the case.

The three players are accused of assaulting a woman hired to perform as a stripper at a team party last March.