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Subpoena from lawyers for former South Burlington Police Cpl. Jack O’Connor

Subpoena from lawyers for former South Burlington Police Cpl. Jack O’Connor

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Former South Burlington Police Cpl. Jack O’Connor's attorney, Kaveh Shahi, is asking opposing attorneys Brooks McArthur and David Williams of the Burlington firm Jarvis, McArthur and Williams to turn over “all communications” in the lawsuit brought by Elizabeth Ivy, including written communications with Chittenden County State’s Attorney T.J. Donovan or deputy state’s attorneys, South Burlington city and police officials, the media and others from 2006 to date.
Former South Burlington Police Cpl. Jack O’Connor's attorney, Kaveh Shahi, is asking opposing attorneys Brooks McArthur and David Williams of the Burlington firm Jarvis, McArthur and Williams to turn over “all communications” in the lawsuit brought by Elizabeth Ivy, including written communications with Chittenden County State’s Attorney T.J. Donovan or deputy state’s attorneys, South Burlington city and police officials, the media and others from 2006 to date.

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12/06)
SubpoenainaCivilCase
Issued
by
the
UNITEDSTATESDISTRICTCOURT
forthe
DISTRICTOF
VermontElizabethIvy
V.
SUBPOENAINACIVILCASE
John"Jack"O'Connor,TrevorWhipple,etal
CaseNumber:'
5:11-cv-00162
TO:
BrooksMcArthur,Esq. JarvisMcArthur
&
Williams,LLC 95St.PaulStreet,Suite2E Burlington,VT05401
DYOUARECOMMANDEDtoappearintheUnitedStatesDistrictcourtattheplace,date,andtimespecifiedbelowto testifyintheabovecase.
PLACEOFTESTIMONYCOURTROOM DATEANDTIME
DYOUARECOMMANDEDtoappearattheplace,date,andtimespecifiedbelowtotestifyatthetakingofadeposition intheabovecase.
PLACEOFDEPOSITION
I
DATEAND
nM.
~YOUARECOMMANDEDtoproduceandpermitinspectionandcopyingofthefollowingdocumentsorobjectsatthe place,date,andtimespecifiedbelow(listdocumentsorobjects):
*
SeeAttachmentA
PLACE
ClearyShahi
&
Aicher,P.C.,110MerchantsRow,Suite3,POBox6740,Rutland, Vermont05702
DATEANDTIME
11/22/20111:00pm
DYOUARECOMMANDEDtopermitinspectionofthefollowingpremisesatthedateandtimespecifiedbelow.
PREMISES
I
DATEANDTIME
Anyorganizationnotapartytothissuitthatissubpoenaedforthetakingofadepositionshalldesignateoneormoreofficers, directors,ormanagingagents,orotherpersonswhoconsenttotestifyonitsbehalf,andmaysetforth,foreachpersondesignated,the mattersonwhichthepersonwilltestify.FederalRulesofCivilProcedure,30(b)(6).
ISSOFFICER'SSIGNATUREANDTITLE(INDICATEIFATTORNEYFORPLAINTIFFORDEFENDANT)DATE
\KavehS.Shahi,Esq.,AttorneyforDefendantO'Connor
~
11/2/2011
ISSGOFFICER'SNAME,ADDRESSANDPHONENUMBER
ClearyShahi
&
Aicher,P.C.,110MerchantsRow,Suite3,POBox6740,Rutland,VT05702
(SeeRule45,FederalRulesofCivilProcedure,Subdivisions(c),(d),and(e),onnextpage)
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Ifactionispendingindistrictotherthandistrictofissuance,statedistrictundercasenu~ber.
 
A088(Rev)2/06)Subpoena
in
aCivilCase
DATEPLACE
PROOFOFSERVICESERVED
MANNEROFSERVICE ERVEDON(pRINTNAME) SERVEDBY(PRINTNAME) TITLE
DECLARATIONOFSERVER IdeclareunderpenaltyofperjuryunderthelawsoftheUnitedStatesofAmericathattheforegoinginformationcontained intheProofofServiceistrueandcorrect. Executedon
DATESIGNATUREOFSERVER ADDRESSOFSERVER
Rule45,FederalRulesofCivilProcedure,Subdivisions(c),(d),and(e),asamendedonDecember1,2006:
(c)PROTECTIONOFPERSONSSUBJECfTOSUBPOENAS. (I)Apartyoranattorneyresponsiblefortheissuanceandserviceofasubpoenashalltake
reasonablestepstoavoidimposingundue
burden
orexpenseonapersonsubjecttothat
subpoena.Thecourtonbehalfofwhichthesubpoenawasissuedshallenforcethisdutyand imposeuponthepartyorattorneyinbreachofthisdutyanappropriatesanction,whichmay include,butisnotlimitedto,lostearningsandareasonableattorney'sfee. (2)(A)Apersoncommandedtoproduceandpermitinspection,copying,testing,or samplingofdesignatedelectronicallystoredinformation,books,papers,documentsortangible things,orinspectionofpremisesneednotappearinpersonattheplaceofproductionor inspectionunlesscommandedtoappearfordeposition,hearingortrial. (B)Subjecttoparagraph(d)(2)ofthisrule,apersoncommandedtoproduceandpermit inspection,copying,testing,orsamplingmay,within14daysafterserviceofthesubpoenaor
beforethetimespecifiedforcomplianceifsuchtimeislessthan14daysafterservice,serve
uponthepartyorattorneydesignatedinthesubpoenawrittenobjectiontoproducinganyorall ofthedesignatedmaterialsorinspectionofthepremises-ortoproducingelectronicallystored informationintheformorformsrequested.Ifobjectionismade,thepartyservingthesubpoena shallnotbeentitledtoinspect,copy,test,orsamplethematerialsorinspectthepremisesexcept pursuanttoanorderofthecourtbywhichthesubpoenawasissued.Ifobjectionhasbeenmade, thepartyservingthesubpoenamay,uponnoticetothepersoncommandedtoproduce,move atanytimeforanordertocompeltheproduction,inspection,copying,testing,orsampling. Suchanordertocompelshallprotectanypersonwhoisnotapartyoranofficerofapartyfrom significantexpenseresultingfromtheinspection,copying,testing,orsamplingcommanded. (3)(A)Ontimelymotion,tilecourtbywhichasubpoenawasissuedshallquashormodify thesubpoenaifit (i)failstoallowreasonabletimeforcompliance; (ii)requiresapersonwhoisnotapartyoranofficerofapartytotraveltoaplace morethan100milesfromtheplacewherethatpersonresides,isemployedorregularlytransacts businessinperson,exceptthat,subjecttotheprovisionsofclause(c)(3)(B)(iii)ofthisrule,such
apersonmayinordertoattendtrialbecommandedtotravelfromanysuchplace
within
the
stateinwhichthetrialisheld;
(iii)requiresdisclosureofprivilegedorotherprotectedmatterandnoexceptionor waiverapplies;or
(iv)subjectsapersontoundueburden. (B)Ifasubpoena(i)requiresdisclosureofatradesecretorotherconfidentialresearch,development,
orconunercial
information,
or
(ii)requiresdisclosureofanunretainedexpert'sopinionorinformationnot
describingspecificeventsoroccurrencesindisputeandresultingfromtheexpert'sstudymade
notattherequestofanyparty,or (iii)requires
a
personwhoisnot
a
partyoranofficerofapartytoincursubstantial expensetotravelmorethan100milestoattendtrial,thecourtmay,toprotectapersonsubject tooraffectedbythesubpoena,quashormodifythesubpoenaor,ifthepartyinwhosebehalf
thesubpoenaisissuedshowsasubstantialneedforthetestimonyormaterialthatcannotbe otherwisemetwithoutunduehardshipand
assures
thatthepersontowhomthesubpoenais
addressedwillbereasonablycompensated,thecourtmayorderappearanceorproductiononly
uponspecifiedconditions.
(d)DUTIESINRESPONDINGOSUBPOENA.
(I)
(A)Apersonrespondingtoasubpoenatoproducedocumentsshallproducethemas theyarekeptintheusualcourseofbusinessorshallorganizeand.labelthemtocorrespondwith thecategoriesinthedemand. (B)Ifasubpoenadoesnotspecifytheformorformsforproducingelectronicallystored information,
a
personrespondingtoasubpoenamustproducetheinformation
ina
form
or
forms
inwhichthepersonordinarilymaintainsitorinaformor
forms
thatarereasonably
usable. (C)Apersonrespondingtoasubpoenaneednotproducethesameelectronicallystored information
inmorethanone
form.
(D)
Apersonrespondingtoasubpoenaneednotprovidediscoveryofelectronically
storedinformationfromsourcesthatthepersonidentifiesasnotreasonablyaccessiblebecause
ofundueburdenorcostOnmotiontocompeldiscoveryortoquash,thepersonfromwhom
discoveryissoughtmustshowthatthe
information
soughtisnotreasonablyaccessiblebecause
ofundueburdenorcost.Ifthatshowingismade,thecourtmaynonethelessorderdiscovery fromsuchsourcesiftherequestingpartyshowsgoodcause,consideringthelimitationsofRule 26(b)(2)(C).Thecourtmayspecifyconditionsforthediscovery. (2)(A)Wheninformationsubjecttoasubpoenaiswithheldonaclaimthatitisprivileged orsubjecttoprotectionastrial-preparationmaterials,theclaim·shallbe'made'expresslyand shallbesupportedbyadescriptionofthenatureofthedocuments,communications,orthings notproducedthatissufficienttoenablethedemandingpartytocontesttheclaim. (B)Ifinformationisproducedinresponsetoasubpoenathatissubjecttoaclaimof
privilegeor
ofprotection
astrial-preparationmaterial.thepersonmakingtheclaimmaynotify
anypartythatreceivedtheinformationoftheclaimandthebasisforitAfterbeingnotified, apartymustpromptlyreturn,sequester,ordestroythespecifiedinformationandanycopiesit hasandmaynotuseordisclosetheinformationuntiltheclaimisresolved.Areceivingparty may-promptlypresenttheinformationtothecourtundersealforadeterminationoftheclaim. Ifthereceivingpartydisclosedtheinformationbeforebeingnotified,itmusttakereasonable
stepstoretrieve
it.
Thepersonwhoproducedthe
information
mustpreservetheinformation
untiltheclaimisresolved. (e)CONTEMPT.Failureofanypersonwithoutadequateexcusetoobeyasubpoenaservedupon thatpersonmaybedeemedacontemptofthecourtfromwhichthesubpoenaissued.An adequatecauseforfailuretoobeyexistswhenasubpoenapurportstorequireanonpartyto attendorproduceataplacenot
within
the.limitsprovidedbyClause(ii)ofsubparagraph (c)(3)(A).

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