Taylor v. Holtmeyer et al
ORDER granting 65 Motion for Leave to depose De-Vaunte Taylor. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Cheryl R. Zwart. (Zwart, Cheryl)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA
DE-VAUNTE J. TAYLOR,
JAMES E. HOLTMEYER, Omaha Police
Officer, sued in his individual and in his
official capacities; STATE OF NEBRASKA,
AND OMAHA POLICE DEPT.,
This matter is before the court on the Defendants' motion for leave to depose De-Vaunte
Taylor, who is currently incarcerated at the Nebraska State Penitentiary or another Nebraska
Department of Correctional Services facility in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Filing No. 65). Federal
Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 30(a)(2)(B) states that a party must obtain leave of court to depose
a person confined in prison. Leave shall be granted to the extent consistent with the principles
stated in Rule 26(b)(2). Fed.R.Civ.P. 30(a)(2). Accordingly,
IT IS ORDERED:
The Defendants' motion to depose De-Vaunte Taylor is granted. The depositions
will commence or at a date and time agreeable to the penal facility where DeVaunte Taylor is housed. The location of the deposition shall be a place
agreeable to the administration of that penal facility.
De-Vaunte Taylor is ordered to attend the deposition as scheduled, and shall
cooperate fully with the deposition process to the extent required by law.
De-Vaunte Taylor is reminded that failure to attend and fully cooperate in the
deposition process will be deemed a violation of this court’s order, which may
result in civil or criminal contempt proceedings, and may also impact the
calculation of earned and unearned good time credit.
A copy of this order shall be attached to the notice of deposition served on DeVaunte Taylor. If the notice is served on counsel for De-Vaunte Taylor, the
deponent’s counsel shall forward the notice with this order to De-Vaunte Taylor
and shall file a certificate of service stating the date and manner of service.
November 20, 2015.
BY THE COURT:
s/ Cheryl R. Zwart
United States Magistrate Judge
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