S. v. Pueblo School District 60 et al

Filing 324

RULINGS ON OBJECTIONS TO DEPOSITION DESIGNATIONS. By Judge William J. Martinez on 3/12/2015. (alowe)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Judge William J. Martínez Civil Action No. 09-cv-00858-WJM-MEH EBONIE S., a child, by her mother and next friend, MARY S., Plaintiff, v. PUEBLO SCHOOL DISTRICT 60, Defendant. RULINGS ON OBJECTIONS TO DEPOSITION DESIGNATIONS This matter is before the Court on the Parties’ Amended Designated Testimony for Videotaped Deposition of Sharon Wells (ECF No. 315) and the parties’ objections thereto (ECF Nos. 312 & 314). The objections to the following portions of the deposition designations are SUSTAINED: Page Number Lines 25 16-25 26 1-25 27 1-25 28 1-25 29 1-25 30 1-7 31 5-8, 14-25 32 1-8, 13-20 57 15-16 (names only) 66 8-9, 11 75 4-9 Page Number Lines 76 19-23 86 20-25 87 1-25 88 1-25 89 1-25 90 1-25 91 1-2 92 1-5 93 1-6 The portions of the above-designated deposition testimony to which the Court has sustained the objection should be redacted f rom the parties’ presentations. Additionally, the parties are free to eliminate any other designations, or portions of designations, that are no longer relevant and material to the issues to be tried, given the Court’s rulings on the objections herein, or any other ruling or order entered by the Court in this case. All other objections to the designated testimony of Sharon Wells are OVERRULED. Dated this 12th day of March, 2015. BY THE COURT: William J. Martínez United States District Judge 2

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