Underwood v. GEO Group, Inc., The
MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Judge Lewis T. Babcock: Further Trial Preparation Conference held on 2/24/2012. The Court sustains the defense's position with regard to the protected activity of the March incident and the two internal complaints generated about the Plaintiff following that incident. Holding in abeyance 107 Motion in Limine. Defendant shall respond to Plaintiff's motion. Counsel shall file revised exhibit lists. (Court Reporter: Tammy Hoffschildt) (eseam)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
JUDGE LEWIS T. BABCOCK
Courtroom Deputy: Emily Seamon
Date: February 24, 2012
Civil Case No. 10-cv-00306-LTB-KLM
VELMA UNDERWOOD, individual,
THE GEO GROUP, INC., a Florida
HEARING - FURTHER TRIAL PREPARATION CONFERENCE
Court in Session.
Discussion between the Court and counsel regarding further briefing on the dates
involving Plaintiff complaints and what counsel may say in opening statements.
Statement by Mr. DeMuro regarding Defendant’s trial brief.
Statement by Ms. Robinson regarding Plaintiff’s trial brief.
Rebuttal by Mr. DeMuro.
Further argument by Ms. Robinson.
Further argument by Mr. DeMuro.
ORDERED: The Court sustains the defense’s position with regard to the protected
activity of the March incident and the two internal complaints generated
about the Plaintiff following that incident.
Discussion regarding Plaintiff’s Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendant’s Expert Dr.
William Hansen from Testifying at Trial.
ORDERED: Plaintiff’s Motion in Limine to Preclude Defendant’s Expert Dr. William
Hansen from Testifying at Trial [Doc. No. 107, Filed February 23, 2012] is
HELD IN ABEYANCE. Defendant shall respond to Plaintiff’s motion.
Discussion regarding revised witness and exhibit lists.
ORDERED: Counsel shall file revised exhibit lists identifying the parties’ stipulations or
reserved objections citing the rule of exclusion.
Discussion regarding voir dire questions, proposed jury instructions, the timing of trial,
opening statements, exhibit notebooks, and jury selection.
Court in Recess.
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