Logan v. Cooper Tire and Rubber Company
OPINION & ORDER: Cooper Tire's 268 MOTION to Permit Juror Questionnaire is DENIED. Signed by Judge Karl S. Forester on 8/1/2011.(GLD)cc: COR
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY
CENTRAL DIVISION at LEXINGTON
CIVIL ACTION NO. 10-3-KSF
KIM LOGAN, as Legal Guardian for
JAMES O. GUMM, JR.
KENTUCKY CABINET FOR
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES,
THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
AND KENTUCKY MEDICAL SERVICES
OPINION & ORDER
COOPER TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY
This matter is before the Court upon the motion of the defendant, Cooper Tire & Rubber
Company (“Cooper Tire”), to permit the use of a juror questionnaire [DE # 268]. The plaintiff, Kim
Logan, as Legal Guardian for James O. Gumm, Jr., has filed her response, concurring with Cooper
Tire’s motion on the need for a juror questionnaire, but disagreeing with several of the questions
contained on Cooper Tire’s proposed questionnaire.
The Court, having reviewed the motion and response, disagrees that a juror questionnaire is
necessary in this case. Voir dire conducted by the Court, as supplemented by the counsel for the
parties, will be sufficient to select a fair jury in this matter. Accordingly, Cooper Tire’s motion to
permit the use of a juror questionnaire is hereby DENIED.
This August 1, 2011.
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