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January 05, 2010

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John Day

I disagree with this approach to drafting requests for admissions. It is much easier to use the admitted requests at trial when the format is as follows:

A. Admit that the following statements are true:
1. Defendant XYZ is a Kentucky corporation.
Etc.

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