Stevenson v. Daley et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|June 28, 2011
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Susan E. Cox on 6/28/11: Final pretrial conference held and continued to 7/21/11 at 10:30 a.m. The parties are instructed to bring any exhibits they are seeking to admit into evidence to the 7/21/11 conferenc e. Defendants' motions in limine 66 are granted in part as further described below. Ruling on plaintiff's motion in limine #1 67 , motion in limine #2 68 , motion in limine #3 69 , and motion in limine #5 71 , are held in abeyance. Plaintiff's motion in limine #4 70 is granted. The parties are given leave to submit proposed voir dire questions to the Court prior to 7/18/11. The parties are also given leave to submit written argument bearing on the City's request t o perform background checks on potential jurors prior to 7/18/11. Defendants are directed to submit a chart outlining plaintiff's prior litigation to the Court and to the plaintiff on or before 7/11/11. The chart must include plaintiff's p rior lawsuits and contain the filing date, basis, disposition, and disposition date for each lawsuit. Plaintiff is given leave to respond to the chart prepared by the defendants on or before 7/18/11. Parties having stipulated that there is no Monell claim, plaintiff is given leave to amend the complaint instanter. (For further details see minute order). Mailed notice(vkd, )
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