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June 16, 2009

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Gene Lee

I recently tried to enter requests for admission and interrogatories into evidence. Many of them were damaging to the other side. My federal judge sustained objections to every single one of them (over a hundred) as cumulative, prejudicial, etc. Not a single one made it into the jury room. Luckily, we still managed to win, but I'm just saying, written discovery is great assuming your judge actually lets you use them.

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