Beating the Bushes.... Title IV Case Part D
FOR A FRIEND OF THE COURT CASE (period)
In this case the docket will show the discovery process was originally hidden and or less than clear when after the conference and or during the call only oral deposition was mentioned and appears on the docket.... FOR THE DEFENDANTS (seemingly hidden on purpose from the Plaintiff); regardless.....Brick Layer wrote: ↑Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:22 pmBrick Layer wrote: ↑Sun Sep 30, 2018 3:22 pmWell [unschooled in law] what I have found at law is
'It' appears [evidence] 'Disclosures and Discovery' "factual development" within court proceedings happens only after a procedural date takes place ‘Judicial Machinery’ SCHEDULING CONFERENCE (pretrial conference) - for only after such a procedural date takes place (usually never beforehand) can the court issue a pretrial order listing other deadlines;'Annotated Outline of a Civil Action', a discovery deadline can be a good tool to make evidence 'appear' 'proof up the claims' within the court proceeding!
This may be cheaper than PACER:
https://www.facebook.com/darren.edward. ... %22R%22%7D
Plaintiff then beat Opposing Counsel to the punch anyway causing Opposing Counsel to file an emergency motion!
Editor - this thread and case has everything to do with evidence, making evidence "appear" within court proceeding... gamesmanship on the court!
Anyone else know of any good tools for a plaintiff to get a Rule 16 Scheduling Conference that includes a Discovery... for the Plaintiff?
https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/cas ... lohm_et_al