Eugene R. Fidell, Bergdahl's civilian lawyer, said after the hearing that Nance's suggestion is "significant."
"He made a very strong suggestion that Gen. Abrams ought to make himself available for interview," Fidell told reporters outside the courthouse. "We do have a right to talk to him. His lawyers will have to advise him on that, and we'll see how that unfolds. I'll be surprised if we don't get a chance to visit with him."
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