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December 2011

Dec 2011
December 02, 2011

COA Opinion: Trial court abused its discretion by forbidding witnesses as a discovery sanction

On December 2, 2011, the Court of Appeals published Judge Gleicher's opinion for the majority in Hardrick v. Auto Club Ins. Ass'n, Nos. 294875, 298661 and 299070. In Hardrick, the trial court determined that the defendant failed to cooperate with the discovery process. As a discovery sanction, the trial court prevented the defendant from calling any witnes

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