Bill Cosby’s attorneys filed an emergency motion Monday afternoon asking to delay Camille Cosby’s deposition on Wednesday pending the outcome of her appeal, according to a copy of the motion obtained by PEOPLE.
Cosby’s attorneys are appealing U.S. District Judge David Hennessy’s December 31st decision order saying the deposition can go forward.
However, the attorney who requested her deposition says he fully intends to proceed as planned.
“Absent a court order directing that she need not appear, we expect that she will honor the subpoena and give testimony,” attorney Joseph Cammarata tells PEOPLE exclusively.
The deposition will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Marriott hotel in Springfield, Massachusetts, according to a copy of the subpoena filed with the court by Cosby’s attorneys, a copy of which was obtained by PEOPLE. CLICK FOR MORE