D'Angelo v. Clinton Township et al

Filing 25

STIPULATION AND ORDER REGARDING DISCOVERY Signed by District Judge Lawrence P Zatkoff. (MVer)

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UNITED STATED DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION THOMAS D’ANGELO, CASE NO. 2:10-CV-12195 HONORABLE LAWRENCE P. ZATKOFF MAGISTRATE MONA E. MAJZOUB Plaintiff, v. PAUL PARENT, CLINTON TOWNSHIP, a municipal entity, NICHOLAS DYKAS, JASON FIGURSKI and KEITH WATSON, in their official and individual capacities, jointly and severally, Defendants. _____________________________________________________________________ STIPULATED ORDER REGARDING DISCOVERY At a session of said court held in Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan Port Huron, Michigan on January 21, 2011 PRESENT: HON. Lawrence P. Zatkoff HONORABLE LAWRENCE P. ZATKOFF The parties, by and through counsel, hereby agree to the following production of records pursuant to Plaintiff’s First Discovery Request: All records related to Plaintiff including, but not limited to, all audio and video of the booking, intake and custody areas of the Township police department; Defendants’ daily logs; ctizen complaints made against Defendants; Department’s daily lineups; request for warrant; all Defendants’ insurance records related to coverage of this incident; Plaintiff’s fingerprint/photograph information, booking sheet; arrest book and any other information related to Plaintiff’s arrest, which Defendants have failed to produce. DEFENDANTS SHALL PROVIDE THE REQUESTED DISCOVERY BEFORE OR ON JANUARY 24, 2011. IT IS SO ORDERED. S/LAWRENCE P. ZATKOFF HONORABLE LAWRENCE P. ZATKOFF DATED: JANUARY 21, 2011 OBJECTION TO ENTRY WAIVED: /S/AMOS E. WILLIAMS AMOS E. WILLIAMS (P39118) THOMAS E. KUHN (P37924) Attorneys for Plaintiff /S/PETER W. PEACOCK [WITH CONSENT] PETER W. PEACOCK (P37201) Attorneys for Defendants Clinton Township Dykas, Figurski and Watson

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