Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Bounty Hunter Case Discovery

The magistrate judge ruled today on my motion to conduct early discovery in the Priebe v. Tidwell case. Basically, he deferred an actual ruling for 20 days to give the one defendant whose name and address are both known time to review the motion and respond. But he also indicated that he didn't feel that there would be any reason why the discovery should not be permitted early.

I would expect the named defendant to retain counsel and we should be able to work out an agreement to get the answer to the proposed interrogatory. That will permit the case to proceed on track.


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