United States District Court, S.D. Illinois
October 21, 2005.
DARRYL K. TOLIVER, Plaintiff,
FAISA AHMED, PAM GRUBMAN, and GARY GERST, Defendants.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: CLIFFORD PROUD, Magistrate Judge
Before the Court are plaintiff's Motion for Interrogatories and
Motion for Production of Documents. (Docs. 20 and 21).
Although it is not completely clear, the Court interprets these
motions as seeking leave to serve interrogatories and requests
for production on defendant Grubman. It is not necessary to get
leave of Court before serving interrogatories or requests for
production. Plaintiff should simply mail the discovery requests
to defendant's attorney. Defendant than has thirty days in which
to answer or object.
If defendant objects to any of the discovery requests,
plaintiff can file a motion to compel. A copy of the discovery
requests and objections should be attached to the motion to
compel, so that the Court can rule on the objections.
Upon consideration and for good cause shown, plaintiff's Motion
for Interrogatories and Motion for Production of Documents
(Docs. 20 and 21) are DENIED.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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