ATLANTA -- Attorneys for siblings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were back in a Fulton County courtroom on Friday.

Dexter and Martin King filed a complaint in late January asking a judge to force Bernice King to relinquish their father's items, which include Dr. King's 1964 Nobel Peace prize medal and personal Bible.

Bernice King opposes the sale of the items.

The siblings have filed competing motions trying to get attorneys from each side thrown off the case. Bernice wants her brothers' attorney, William Hill, thrown off because he was involved in an earlier King lawsuit.

Bernice turned over the disputed items earlier this week. The fate of those items likely won't be decided until the fall.

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