USA v. Hurt et al

Filing 146

ORDER re 72 Objections filed by Sue R Hurt, Bobby L Hurt to 61 Plaintiff's designated portions of Defendant Sue R. Hurt's deposition testimony, overruling or sustaining as indicated. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 10/18/2010. (jct)

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USA v. Hurt et al Doc. 146 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS JONESBORO DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. CASE NO. 3:09-CV-00031 BSM DEFENDANTS P LAINTIFF BOBBY L. HURT AND SUE R. HURT ORDER Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 32, plaintiff United States of America ("the government") designated certain portions of defendant Sue R. Hurt's deposition testimony to be used at trial. [Doc. No. 61]. Defendants Bobby and Sue Hurt have objected [Doc. No. 72], and the government has responded. [Doc. No. 74]. The objections are overruled or sustained as set forth below. Page and Line Range 12:1718 32:26 41:319 45:1619, 2325 46:12 58:413 63:2564:1 111:2125 112:114 113:22114:4 116:14117:6 118:1820 122:2325 123:125 Ruling Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection overruled, but all testimony from page 45, line 16 through page 46, line 8 must be read in its entirety or not at all. See previous ruling. Objection sustained. Objection overruled, but all testimony from page 63, line 21 through page 64, line 2 must be read in its entirety or not at all. Objection overruled. Objection overruled. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Dockets.Justia.com 124:10125:9 125:22126:11 129:24130:6 141:38 143:2125 144:1822 145:619 Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection sustained. Objection overruled. IT IS SO ORDERED this 18th day of October, 2010. ________________________________ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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