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Carr v. California Dep't of Corrections

July 7, 2010

ARTHUR CARR, PLAINTIFF,
v.
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Kendall J. Newman United States Magistrate Judge

ORDER

Plaintiff is a state prisoner proceeding without counsel and in forma pauperis with a civil rights action filed pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983. On June 18, 2010, plaintiff filed a document styled "Notice of and Motion Identifying Previously Requested Documents to Be Ordered by Subpoena Duces Tecum." Id. While not entirely clear, it appears plaintiff seeks a court order requiring defendants to identify and "annex" the documents referred to in his May 18, 2010 deposition.

Rule 30(f)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provides:

(A) Originals and Copies

Documents and tangible things produced for inspection during a deposition must, on a party's request, be marked for identification and attached to the deposition. Any party may inspect and copy them. But if the person who produced them wants to keep the originals, the person may:

(i) offer copies to be marked, attached to the deposition, and then used as originals--after giving all parties a fair opportunity to verify the copies by comparing them with the originals; or

(ii) give all parties a fair opportunity to inspect and copy the originals after they are marked--in which event the originals may be used as if attached to the deposition.

(B) Order Regarding the Originals

Any party may move for an order that the originals be attached to the deposition pending final disposition of the case.

Id.

Accordingly, defendants shall provide the court reporter with the documents and tangible things produced for inspection during plaintiff's deposition, and the court reporter shall attach them to the original deposition. If plaintiff has already reviewed the deposition transcript pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(e), counsel for defendants shall provide an opportunity for plaintiff to review and copy the exhibits to the deposition transcript. If plaintiff has not yet reviewed the deposition transcript, he shall be provided access to photocopy the annexed exhibits at the time of the transcript review.

It appears plaintiff also seeks a subpoena duces tecum for inmate witnesses Robert Gallegos, #P-18916, and Leslie Jones, #K-27781, plaintiff does not make clear what documents these witnesses might have. Thus, the court will deny his request for subpoena duces tecum. However, by separate order, the court will require inmate witness Gallegos to complete and return an affidavit as to his willingness to testify on plaintiff's behalf. Inmate witness Jones filed his affidavit on June 28, 2010. In light of this order, plaintiff's July 2, 2010 motion for clarification is moot and will be denied.

Plaintiff also included declarations by witnesses Terrell Woodard and Kevin Green. These witnesses have already expressed their ...


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