Young v. Werholtz et al
COURTROOM MINUTES for Trial Preparation Conference held before Judge Richard P. Matsch on 11/20/2015. The Court recognizes defendant's assertions of the statute of limitations and failure to exhaust affirmative defenses and denies them. Defend ant's objection to the deposition testimony of two of Plaintiffs' witnesses is sustained. Witnesses shall be sequestered. Denying 79 Plaintiffs' Motion in Limine. Ms. Wasko may testify. Denying 80 Plaintiffs' Motion to Strike Affirmative Defenses. Denying 89 Defendant's Motion for Leave to File Amended Answer. FTR: K. Terasaki. (ebuch)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch
November 20, 2015
Civil Action No. 13-cv-01744-RPM
HARLEY QUINT YOUNG, and
RICK RAEMISCH, Executive Director of the
Colorado Department of Corrections, sued in
his official capacity,
TRIAL PREPARATION CONFERENCE
Court in session.
Discussion regarding affirmative defenses, witnesses who will testify at trial, Mr. Young’s
attendance and security procedures, Plaintiffs not needing to call Autumn Schmid as a witness,
and courtroom technology.
ORDERED: The Court recognizes defendant’s assertions of the statute of limitations and
failure to exhaust affirmative defenses and denies them.
ORDERED: Defendant’s objection to the deposition testimony of two of Plaintiffs’ witnesses
ORDERED: Witnesses shall be sequestered.
ORDERED: Plaintiffs’ Motion in Limine to Exclude Testimony of Late-Disclosed Witness
Kellie Wasko (Doc. No. 79) is DENIED. Ms. Wasko may testify.
ORDERED: Plaintiffs’ Motion to Strike Affirmative Defenses Asserted for the First Time in
the Final Pretrial Order (Doc. No. 80) is DENIED.
ORDERED: Defendant’s Motion for Leave to File Amended Answer (Doc. No. 89) is
Court in recess.
Hearing concluded. Total time: 27 minutes.
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