Daniel Snyder will be subpoenaed by House panel. Here's what's next.
Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder successfully avoided the fate of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who fielded 2½ hours of questions during a congressional hearing Wednesday, simply by refusing to take part.
Snyder soon is expected to be served with a subpoena to give a sworn deposition to the committee next week as Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.), chairwoman of the committee, announced.
Congressional committee depositions are conducted privately, with lawyers for both parties of the committee present, as well as the person being deposed and their lawyer. The interview is transcribed in full; it may be videotaped, as well. It’s up to the committee to decide whether to make the transcript and/or videotape public.
Given the committee’s release this week of more than 700 pages of documents related to its …
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