to submit material evidence that the alleged incident actually happened at the time and place stated in Plaintiff’s sworn Affidavit, January 28, 2016;
3. Summarize the legal arguments raised by the (a) plaintiff and by the (b) defendant.
The Question: Has the Plaintiff, Linda D. Daugherty, included the operative facts for cause of action in her claim against the Defendants, Casual Lifestyles Realty, Inc. and Rauleigh J. Ringer, or has said Plaintiff insufficiently stated the facts, therefore making indefinite allegations and validating the move for a more definite statement? Or, is it that, the mechanisms of discovery could be an open alternative to the Defendants, which would aid in gathering any information needed for the defense to frame a response to said Plaintiff, therefore invalidating the Motion pursuant to Rule 12(E) of Indiana Rules of Trial Procedure?
Relates particularly to the business of home, and that of its residents, other persons or bodies with whom the home has currently or has been in the past dealings of any sort and has not been made public by or will the authority of the home. shall be confidential and unless required by law you shall not at any time, whether before or after the termination of employment.
3. After interviewing the victim of a crime and two witnesses, and examining the crime scene and the physical evidence, you use all of this information as a basis for developing a unifying and
1. The witness has first had an opportunity to explain or deny it and counsel for the other parties have had an opportunity to ask about it, and
Defendant’s Statement: When asked about the offense, Da’Shaun reported he did not start his day planning to be involved in a burglary. He reported he was walking home with the codefendant who suggested that the pair get into something. Da’Shaun reported he was going to be the lookout, and he did not want anything from the home. Da’Shaun also reported feeling bad for the victims and ashamed.
2- Where, when, and how did you obtain your qualifications to become a home inspector?
Applicant’s attorney, Mr. Juan Vera, appeared representing the applicant’s interest. Court reporting duties were provided by Ms. Elizabeth Maeyama, License No. 12060. Interpreting services were provided by Ms. Berta ZeFrench, Certification No. 36353581. The deposition started at approximately 2:24 p.m. and lasted until 3:15 p.m. The applicant testified that she arrived at applicant’s attorney’s office at 1:00 p.m. to prepare for her deposition; therefore, I anticipate applicant’s attorney’s office’s §5710 invoice to be for no more than two hours and 15 minutes. I will make a more specific recommendation regarding the yet to
On June 22, 2016, your affiant spoke with the complainant via phone and she confirmed the facts of the case and provided your affiant with the defendant’s name and date of birth. Your
Complainant Dusenberry further stated that Investigator Higgins did not interview Witnesses Marisol Molina, Bernadette Talamantez, or Gibert Acquilar. Instead, Investigator Higgins interviewed “people in Respondent Evers’ inner circle.” Who are Diana Chavez and Denise Boles. Complainant Dusenberry stated that Investigator Higgins interviewed people who would not know how she feels and about her harassment.
(2) Other defendant: Other defendants might be Leanne and also the contractor that is responsible for the renovation.
3. What discrepancies/irregularities can you identify in Stephanie Baker’s file? What additional documentation would you like to have? Do you have any additional concerns regarding Stephanie’s file?
Question 4: The state charges Larcen Inmatio with escape from prison. The court appoints a public defender to represent him. You are assigned to investigate the case and report your findings to the public defender. Your investigation reveals that Inmatio was convicted of burglary of a dwelling and was serving the second year of a five-year sentence in the state prison. He complained to the warden that another inmate had sexually molested him and requested transfer to another prison or at least another cell block. After confirming that an inmate in Inmatio’s cell block had molested him on one
There are three options available to address the request made by the Mr. McIntosh to be a character witness in his trial. The first option is to inform Mr. McIntosh that unfortunately I will not be able to honor his request to be a character witness. The second option is to inform Mr. McIntosh that I will be a character witness, but I can only do so by writing a letter to the court. The third option is to inform Mr. McIntosh I will honor his request to be present in person, but in accordance to the advice, I have received from my legal department and my GS at DHQ.