Free Order on Motion for Miscellaneous Relief - District Court of Connecticut - Connecticut


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5 l MOTION FOR PERMISSION TO SERVE SECOND SET OF INTERROGATORIES E
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Q _ , i In accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the local rules and the parties R
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~Q Form 26(t) report, the defendants request permission ofthe court to serve a second set of 1
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4 (fx _?The defendants represent that on September 4, 2003, they served on the plaintiff a First
gi i' git of i-Iiilferrogatories limited in number to twenty-tive. See Exhibit A, attached hereto and
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| ircmorpoigttted herein. This complaint arises out of an incident that occurred on November 22,
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g__ @00. Qfgdeiplaintiff claims he was violently beaten during a lawful arrest and that his Fourth and
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§u1*te_eDmfh‘ Amendment rights were violated. The plaintiff also claims injury including a l
fractured pelvis from the incident. As a result of the issues involved and the damages alleged,
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the limitation imposed on the number of interrogatories allowable prevents the defendants from
fully addressing by way of interrogatories all of the issues presented in the plaintiffs complaint.
The use of interrogatories beyond 25 in number will only serve to narrow the issues in this
matter and shorten the time period needed to question plaintiff at his deposition. H
GORDON, MUIR AND FOLEY, LLP, Arronnnvs .-yr i..~.w, Hlmrronn Souams Nonrn, Tun Cowmuus Bouusvaun, H.•.1·rri··o1uJ, CT 06106-1976 `
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