interrogatory


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Any subpart to a non-pattern interrogatory shall be considered as a
According to the appellate court, Fred answered the interrogatory as follows: Lynne Hafley, Fidelity Investments, Fidelity Rollover IRA, $31,067.
Blanket objections--in which the responding party prefaces its interrogatory responses with "general" and "specific" objections--are improper.
An interrogatory otherwise proper is not necessarily objectionable merely because an answer to the interrogatory involves an opinion or contention that relates to fact or the application of law to fact, but the court may order that such an interrogatory need not be answered until after designated discovery has been completed or until a pre-trial conference or other later time.
The first section narrates the history of the individual and his crime which led to the case, analyzes the prior law of confession, and discusses the extent to which police have developed interrogatory practices which make Miranda's warnings requirement irrelevant.
This limitation is usually more than balanced by the "thick" social descriptions provided by the results of the Inquisition's interrogatory procedures.
A practitioner conducting discovery of the opponent's FDE should consider using expert interrogatories first and then following up the interrogatory responses with a complete deposition of the expert
His style is to explicitate and challenge these assumptions through an almost conversational and, at times, interrogatory tone.
In 20/20 hindsight, the defendants in Schild probably would have had a better argument if they had not removed the case one day late but had propounded an interrogatory to the plaintiffs requesting specification of their damages.
135) The second type of particularized verdict is the special interrogatory, which requires the jury to return a traditional general verdict of guilt or innocence but also requires it to make several specific findings of fact.
Limiting the number (and, at the judge's discretion, the length) of depositions and the number of interrogatory requests.
And those who use the echoic interrogatory right should be sat on by a 600-lb.