Pitterman et al v. General Motors LLC

Filing 252

DEPOSITION DESIGNATION RULING RE: Deposition of Officer Joseph Dzamko. Signed by Judge Janet C. Hall on 7/4/2017. (Bernstein, A.)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT BERNARD PITTERMAN et al., Plaintiffs, v. GENERAL MOTORS LLC, Defendant. : : : : : : : : CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:14–cv–967 (JCH) JULY 4, 2017 DEPOSITION DESIGNATION RULING RE: DEPOSITION OF OFFICER JOSEPH DZAMKO1 PAGE / LINE OBJECTION2 4/16 – 5/18 (part) O/R 13/14 – 15/4 SUST. 15/23 – 16/6 SUST. 20/9 – 20/13 SUST. 29/10 – 29/15 SUST. 35/17 – 35/19 O/R 35/20 – 35/23 SUST. 36/6 – 36/10 SUST. 41/3 – 41/9 (part) SUST. 42/4 – 42/9 (part) SUST. 1 As to each Rule 403 objection, the court weighed the probative value of the deposition testimony against any prejudicial effect. If the objection was overruled, the court in overruling the objection found the probative value outweighed the prejudicial effect. The shorthand “O/R” indicates that the objection to the testimony identified in Column One was overruled. The shorthand “SUST.” Indicates that the objection was sustained. 2 1 SO ORDERED. Dated at New Haven, Connecticut this 4th day of July, 2017. /s/ Janet C. Hall Janet C. Hall United States District Judge 2

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