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COTINTYCOUNSEL
2 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
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A Professional
Corporation
4 T. PETERPTERCE (160408)
SAYREWEAVER (r169s7)
5 355SouthGrandAvenue.40'hFloor
LosAngeles,CA 90071
6 Telephone: Q.I3) 626-8484
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Facsimile:(213) 626-0078
ppierce@rwgiaw.corn

8 Attorneysfor Defendants,
MARY V. KING, et al.
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&.'13. 18 Defendants. oF DONALD KILMER, DARYL DAVIS,
'"",,t{¿ DUANE DARR" JESSB. GTTYO YIRGIL
T9 McWCI(ER, MIKE FOURNIER, AND
RUSSELL AND SALLIE NORDYKE
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JUDGE: HonorableMartin J. Jenkins
22 DATE: October3,2006
TIME: 9:30a.m.
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I RELEVANCE OBJECTIONSTO UNDISPUTEDF'ACTS

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J The County agreesthat for purposesof its summaryjudgment motion only, all of the facts

4 containedin the Joint Statementof Undisputed Facts are assumedto be true. Nevertheless,some

5 of those facts are irrelevant and immaterial becausethey have no bearing on the outcome of the

6 caseunder the governing substantivelaw. "Material facts which would preclude entry of
n summaryjudgment are those which, under applicable substantivelaw, may affect the outcome of

8 the case. The substantivelaw will identify which facts are matenal." Baccarat Fremont Dev. v.

9 U.S.Army Corps of Engineers,327F,Supp.2d1121,1125(N.D.CaL2003).

10 The following facts in the Joint Statementof Undisputed Facts are irrelevant and

11 immaterial:
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fy. &. 13 Fact Nos.3. 43. 44"49. 50 and 85- theCountyneednot showthatplaintiffs'shows
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20 Fact Nos. 9 through 11 - the viewsof a singlelegislatorareirrelevantto determiningthe

2l purposeof legìslation,andthe Courtmaynot inquireasto legislativemotiveor purposein any

22 event.

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24 Fact No. 12 - an attemptby counselto reachresolutionbeforefiling suit is irrelevantto

25 theconstitutionalissuesbeforethe Court.

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27 Fact No. L6 (first sentence)- the fact thatthe ScottishGamesoperatorscontactedthe

28 Countyregardingthe Ordinance'simpacton the ScottishGamesis irrelevantto whetherthe


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I Scottish Gamesand plaintiffs were similarly situatedand to whether the County had arational

2 basisfor distinguishingbetweenthe two.


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4 Fact Nos. l7 and 31 - the fact that the ScottishGamesoperatorswere not requiredto

5 submit a written plan is irrelevant to whether the Scottish Gamesand plaintifß were similarly

6 situatedand to whether the County had a rational basis for distinguishing betweenthe two.
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8 Fact No. 20 - the fact that Alameda County Counsel sent a letter to the Board of

9 Supervisorsrecommending changesto the Ordinance is irrelevant to the constitutional issues

10 before the Court.


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_&. 19 Fact Nos. 45 and 88 - whetherthe Ordinanceidentifiesa Countyagencythat issues
20 decisionsregardinginterpretations
of the Ordinance,andwho may interpretthe Ordinance,are
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23 Fact No. 48 - the purchaseof metaldetectorsfor the CountyFairgrounds
is irrelevantto
24 theconstitutionalissuesbeforethe Court. The Constitutiondoesnot requirethe Countyto allow

25 plaintifß to engagein what plaintifß considerto be the most effectivemeansof communication

26 (i.e.possessing
guns).

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28 Fact Nos.51 through 57 - CaliforniaPenalCodesection12071,4is irrelevantto the
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1 constitutionalissuesbefore the Court becauseso long as the Ordinanceis not preemptedby state

2 law (and the California SupremeCourt concludedit is not), state law requirementshave no

)a bearingon the validity of the Ordinance. Furthermore,what the statuterequiresis a questionof

4 law.

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6 Fact Nos. 58 through 74; 79: 81 through 83 - evidenceof what messages
maybe
communicatedthrough gun possession,or of whether others may understandthosemessages,is

8 irrelevantto the motion becausethe motion assumesthat gun possessionmay in some

9 circumstancescommunicate amessage,therefore subjecting the Ordinanceto the O'Brien test.

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11 Fact Nos. 76 through 78. and 84 - the subjectivereasonswhy peoplemay or may not
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20 Fact Nos. 89. 90 - whetheranyonehas,andwho may have,the authorityto exemptan
2l eventfrom the Ordinanceis irrelevantto the constitutionalvalidity of the Ordinance.

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23 Accordingly,the only factswhicharerelevantto themotionareFactNos. l; 2;4ttro:ugh
24 6; 8; 13through16(secondsentence);
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J Pursuantto Rule 103(a)(1)of the FederalRulesof Evidenceand Rule 7-5(b) of the Local

4 Rules of the United StatesDistrict Court for the Northern District of California, DefendantsMary

5 V. King, Gail Steele,V/ilma Chen, Keith Carson,Scott Haggerty, the County of Alameda, and

6 the County of Alameda Board of Supervisors(collectively,"County''), object to and move to


- strike the Expert Report of Abigail A. Kohn, Ph.D (the "Expert Report"); and the declarationsof

8 Donald Kilmer (and the exhibits attachedthereto); Daryl Davis; Duane Darr (and the exhibits

9 attachedthereto); JessB. Guy (and the exhibits attachedthereto);Virgil McVicker; Mike

10 Fournier (and the exhibits attachedthereto); Russell Nordyke and Sallie Nordyke (and the

11 exhibits attachedthereto). The declarantsare at times referred to collectively as "Plaintifß.))


z,= I2 In addition to numerous individual objections set forth below, the County objectsto and
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20 ["FRE"] 401). Thus, the evidenceis irrelevantand inadmissible.(FRE 402).


2l A court may exclude evidencerelating to uncontestedissues. See lVilder Enterprises,Inc.

22 v. Allied ArtistsPicturesCorp.,632F.2d 1135,1I44 (4ù Cir. 1980)("We find no abuseof

23 discretion in the court's exclusion of testimony that was simply cumulative to proof suppliedby

24 stipulation'") Additionally, "Rule 403 permits the court to exclude evidence if its probative

25 value is substantially outweighed by the dangerof unfair prejudice, confusion of the issues,

26 misleading the jury, or needlesspresentationof cumulative eviderlce." Rogersv. Raymark

27 Industries,Inc.,922F.2d1426,1430(gth
Cir. 1991).Sinceitisuncontestedthatgunpossession
28 may in some casesconstitute expressiveconduct, the Court should exclude all testimony in the
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1 ExpertReportanddeclarations
regardingthis issue.Noneof the testimonymakestheissueany
2 moreor lessprobablethanit wouldbe withoutthetestimony.
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4 fact understand
the evidenceor determinea factin issue.FRE 702requiresthat an expert
5 witnesshave"scientific,technical,or otherspecializedknowledge[that] will assistthetrier of
6 fact to understand
the evidenceor to determinea factin issue." SeealsoDaubertv. Merrell Dow
Pharmaceuticals,
Inc., 509u.s. 579,591,113s.ct. 2786,rzs L.Ed.2d,469
(lgg3) (..Rule702
I furtherrequiresthat the evidenceor testimonyassistthe trier of fact to understand
the evidence
9 or to determinea fact in issue. This conditiongoesprimarily to relevance.Experttestimony
10 which doesnot relateto anyissuein the fact is not relevantand,ergo,non-helpful")(internal
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omitted);U.S.v. Hønna,293F.3d1080,108619thCir. 2002)(',Experttestimonyis
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20 The Countynow turnsto the specificevidentiaryproblemsptaguingthe ExpertReport
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23 A. OBJECTIONSTO PLAINTIF'F'S EXPERT REPORT
24 1. Objectionable
Portion: EntireDeclaration.
25 Groundsfor Objection: In additionto theparticularrelevanceandlack of specialized
26 knowledgegroundssetforth above,the ExpertReportis irrelevantalsobecauseit probes

27 whetherunidentifiedindividualswho are notplaintffi here intendto conveymessages


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guns. Only messages
that maybe conveyedby plaintiffs (not unidentifiedthird
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1 parties)arerelevantin a lawsuitchallenginga regulationøsappliedtoplaintffi. It mattersnot

2 whetherthird partiesin hypotheticalscenariosareconveyingmessages


with guns.
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4 2. Objectionable of this gunculture?"Expert'sReport,


Portion: "Who arethemembers
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6 Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.(FRE602.)

8 3. ObjectionablePortion: "To protectthe confidentialityof the individuals I met and

9 interviewed, I use pseudonymsfor all of the people and placesI describe." Expert's Report,

10 Page4, footnote5.

11 Grounds for Objection: The Expert's Report, to the extent that it makes use of these
z,= t2 interviews,constitutesinadmissiblehearsay(FRE 801(c),802) and lacks foundation.
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Portion: The bullet-pointquestionsposedon Page5 of theExpert's
20 Report,beginningwith thewords"In the contextof a gunshow" andendingwith thewords

2l "celebrationof the gun cultureat gun shows?"

22 Groundsfor Obiection: Relevance.(FRE 40I,402.) Speculation.(FRE602.)


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24 6. Objectionable
Portion:Thewords"SanFrancisco
Bay Area,"and'.WhenI conducted
25 my research,therewerebetweensix andten gun shopsin themetropolitan area(depending
on

26 how the geographicboundariesweredrawn),six shootingrangeswithin a forfy-fivemile radius

27 of the innercity, numerousgun showsthat traveledthroughthe Bay Area severaltimesa

28 month..."that appearin the first paragraphof Page6 of the Expert'sReport.


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I Groundsfor Objection: Relevance(FRE 401,,402);Vague as to both geographiclocation

2 and time.

4 7. ObiectionablePortion: The entire secondparagraphof Page6 of the Expert'sReport.

5 Grounds for Objection: Relevance,becausea study of the "issues and conceptsfthat] are

6 most important to gun enthusiasts"doesnot have anytendencyto make the existenceof any fact

that is of consequenceto the determinationof this action more probable or less probable than it

8 would be without the evidence. (FRE 401,402.)

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10 8. ObjectionablePortion: The sentence"So while the 37 shootersI interviewedarenot

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can and should representall gun owners or enthusiastson a
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20 to collect data from an accuratelyrepresentativesamplegroup. (FRE 702(2).)

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22 9. ObjectionablePortion: PageT,paragraph2 beginningwith the words"By attending

23 local rangesandshootingevents"throughPage8 endingwith the words"NorthernCalifornia

24 gun culture."

25 Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)

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27 10. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, beginningwith the words"Rather,a definitionof the

28 gun culture"andendingwith the words"urbanwarfarewith military-styleassaultweapons."


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1 Grounds for Objection: Lacks foundation. Vasue

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4 different ethnicities and backgrounds,the majority of the shootersin the Bay Area appearedto be

5 of Europeandescent."

6 Grounds for Objection: Speculation. (FRE 602.) Improper opinion testimony. (FRE

701(b).) Lacks foundation.

9 Portion:Pageg,parugraphI beginningwith thewords"It is my


12' Ob-iectionable
10 opinionthat this definitionof gun culture"throughPage10,paragraph2 endingwiththe words
11 "havinga gun culture,andbeinga gun culture." (Emphasisin original.)
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Portion:Page10,lastparagraph
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Portion: Pagel2,paragraph1 beginningwith thewords'.Thethird
20 groupof shooters"andendingwith thewords"mediarepresentations
of GenX."
2T Groundsfor Objection:-Improperexpertopinion. (FRE 701(b).) Lacksfoundation.
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23 15. Objectionable
Portion: Page12,paragraph
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24 only five shooters"andendingwith the words"shootingrangesor public land."

25 Groundsfor Objection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)


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27 16' ObiectionablePortion:Page12,secondparagraphbeginningwith the words"Overall,
28 the shooters"throughPage13 endingwith thebullet pointsandthe words'þolitical (i.e.,public)
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2 Groundsfor Objection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)
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4 17. Objectionable
Portion:Page13first parugraphafter
bulletpointsbeginningwith the
5 words"The shootersI interviewed"andendingwith the words"are still relevantin2006.,,
6 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay(FRE801(c),802);Relevance
(FRE401,
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9 18' Objectionable
Portion:Page13,paragraph
1 beginningwith thewords"If anything,
10 shootersin NorthernCalifornia"andendingwith the words"winnoweddown legalaccessto
11 firearms."
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Portion:Pagel4,paragraph1, thewords"thepoliticalideals
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Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lacksfoundation.

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21. ObjectionablePortion: Page14,parugraphI the sentence"While manyAmericans


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2 set of beliefs, and believe their gun ownershipembodiesthoseideals."
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4 802.) Lacks foundation.

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8 the words "view or handle at alocal shop or competition."

9 Groundsfor Obiection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE 401,

10 402.) Additionally, these quotations are laypersonquotes. They are not "scientific, technical,
or
11 other specializedknowledge" fhatwill assistthe trier of fact to understandthe evidence
or
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Day comeabout?"throughthewords"that's what madeAmerica."

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hearsay.(FRE801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE401,
20 402') Speculation.(FRE602.) Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).)Lacksfoundation.
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23 24. Objectionable
Portion: Page15,thequotationbeginningwith thewords,,The
24 Americanway andpower" throughthe words"But our relatives,our friends.,'

25 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRE801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE401,
26 402.) Speculation.(FRE 602.) Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lacksfoundation.

27 Vague.

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1 25. Objectionable
Portion: Page16,thequotationbeginningwith thewords"I felt that
2 themostimportantthing" throughthe words"to haveabortionsif theywant..."
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hearsay.(FRE801(c),802.) Relevance,
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4 402') Speculation.(FRE602.) Improperopiniontestimony.
(FRE701(b).)Lacksfoundarion.
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7 26. ObiectionablePortion: Page16, the quotationbeginningwith the words "The fact


[is]
8 that people live by the fact" through the words "giving up the right to defend yourself..."

9 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c), 802.) Relevance.(FRE 401,

10 402.) Speculation.(FRE 602.) Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lacksfoundation.

11 Vague.
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Portion:Page17,beginningwith the words"'WhenDonald
20 interviewedReginaldHalloway''throughthe top of Page18, endingwith thewords"taking a

2l politicalstand."

22 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRE801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE401,
402') Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).) Lacksfoundation. Vague. Legalconclusion.

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25 29. Objectionable
Portion:Page18,paragraph
2 beginningwith thewords"Themost
26 commonvaluethat gunssymbolize"throughthetop of Page19 endingwith the words"variet5r

27 of thing."

28 Groundsfor Obiection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRE801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE401,
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1 402.) Speculation.(FRE602.) Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).)Lacksfoundation.

2 Vague.Legalconclusion.
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4 30. ObjectionablePortion: Page19,beginningnearthe top with the words'ol,ewis,a

5 man in his forties" through pageZl ending with the words "romanticized freedommaybe."

6 Groundsfor Objection: lnadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE 401,

402.) Speculation.(FRE 602.) Yague.

9 31. ObjectionablePortion: Page21, middle of the pagebeginningwith the words

t0 "Marcus' vision of what guns" throughthe last completesentenceat the bottom ofPage22

1l endingwith the words "or political messages."


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15 32. Objectionable Portion: Page22, at the bottom of the page beginning with the words
ktr
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g ¿ k 18 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c),802.) Speculation.(FRE
i '' -3?
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20

2l 33. Objectionable Portion: Page24, at the top beginning with the words "I have

22 described" through Page 25, end of first full paragraphending with the word "convey political

23 messages."

24 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c), 802.) Speculation.(FRE

25 602.) Relevance(FRE 40I,402.)

26

27 34. ObjectionablePortion: Page25,theparagraphbeginningwith the words"The final

28 point to make"throughPage27 endingwith thewords"shouldgunsbe bannedfrom gun


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I shows."

2 Groundsfor Objection: This is not "scientific,technical,or otherspecializedknowledge"


a
J the evidenceor determineafaú in issuethroughDr.
thatwill assistthe trier of fact to understand
4 Kohn's testimony.(FRE 702). This conclusionis a summaryof laypersontestimonythat
5 Plaintiffs aretrytngto placebeforethis Courtin the guiseof the Expert'sReport.
6

7 35. ObiectionablePortion: Page26,the sentence"Attempting to ban gunsfrom a gun

8 show is an acknowledgmentthat guns convey symbolic messages,and thus banning them is an

9 effort to negate those symbolic messagesconveyedby guns." (Emphasis in original.)

10 GroundsforObjection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.) Improperopiniontestimony. (FRE

l1 701(b).) Lacks foundation. Legal conclusion.


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2.3 l4 throughPage27endingwith thewords"shouldgunsbe bannedfrom gun


"gun enthusiasts"
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¡øa
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t9 B. OBJECTIONSTO DECLARATION OF PLAINTIFFS' COUNSEL DONALD

20 KILMER RE: TAPED INTERVIEWS AT T.S. GUN SHOW AT SAI\TA CLARA

2l couNTY FAIRGROUNDS APRIL 8t9,2006A¡ID ACCOMPANYING VIDEO.

22 1. Objectionable
Portion: EntireDeclaration.

23 becausenoneof the evidencecontainedin this


Groundsfor Objection: Relevance,

24 declarationhasanytendencyto makethe existenceof anyfact that is of consequence


to the

25 determinationof the actionmoreprobableor lessprobablethanit would be without theevidence.

26 (FRE 401,402.)

27

28 2. ObjectionablePortion: Exhibits"4" and"B" attachedto Kilmer Declaration;andthe


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1 CD-ROM disc containingtheseinterviews.

2 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c),802.) Relevance.(FRE 401,


a
J 402.) Speculation. (FRE 602.) The unsworn statementsof third parties attestingto what

4 messagesthey may be tryrng to convey through gun possessionare irrelevant. Only messages

5 that may be conveyedby plaintffi arerelevant in a lawsuit challenging a regulation as applied to

6 plaintffi.

8 C. OBJECTIONS TO DECLARATION OF DARYL DAVIS

9 1. ObjectionablePortion: Entire Declaration.

10 Grounds for Obiection: Relevance,becausenone of the evidence containedin this

11 declarationhas any tendencyto make the existenceof any fact that is of consequenceto the
z.= t2 determination of the action more probable or lessprobable than it would be without the evidence.
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_= = i T6 page2r line 18 ending with the words "fundamental'right to keep and bear arms."'
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20 3. Objectionable
Portion: Page2,line 19beginningwith thewords"giventhecurrent"
2I throughpage2,line20 endingwith thewords"Ninth Circuitjudicial opinions."

22 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lacksfoundation.


23
24 4. Objectionable
Portion: Page2,Paragraph
14,andthe articlereferredto therein.
25 Groundsfor Obiection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRES0l(c) and802.)
26
27 5. ObjectionablePortion: Page2,line 25 beginningwith the words"I believethatthe"

28 throughpage2,line26endingwith thewords'þossession
of firearmsat a gunshow."
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I Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.
2
a
J 6. Objectionable
Portion: Page2,line27 beginringwith thewords"Basedon my
4 readingof history,"throughpage3,line 5 endingwith thewords"enforcedonly against rucial
5 minorities."
6 Groundsfor Objection:Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).)Lackof personal
knowledge.(FRE602.) Lacksfoundation.
8

9 7' ObjectionablePortion: Page3, line 16 beginningwith the words "Before the Turks

10 could engage"through Page 3, line 20 ending with the words "The Soviet Union, Uganda and

11 Rwanda."
z.= t2 Groundsfor Obiection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) tack ofpersonal
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l3 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundarion.
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Portion: Page4, line 9 beginningwith thewords"I agreewith
_= = i t6 Defendant"throughPage4,line 10endingwith thewords"gunsare'iconsof patriotism.,,,
¡tl f
â ä
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hearsay.(FREg0l(c) andg02.)
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'ú.
'',;-{4, t9 9. Obiectionable
Portion: Page4,line 12beginningwith thewords"As a safety
20 instructor"throughPage ,line 15 endingwith thewords"rights haveconcomitant
2l responsibilities."
22 Groundsfor Objection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)
23
24 10. Objectionable
Portion: Page4,line 17beginningwith thewords"wheretheyarein
25 dangerof becomingextinct" throughPage4,line 20 endingwith the words"interpretationof the

26 'right to keep
andbeararms."'
27 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRES01(c)and802.) Lackofpersonal
28 knowledge.(FRE602.)
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1 11. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 1, which reads"I am creatingallies in my

2 politicalbeliefs."
a
J Groundsfor Objection: Lack of personalknowledge. (FRE 602.) Speculation.(FRE

4 602.)

6 12. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 3 beginningwith the words "I am.notalone"

through Page5, line 5 ending with the words "tltreatto liberty."

8 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

9
10 13. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 7 beginningwith the words "I am remindedthat"

11 through Page 5, line 9 ending with the words "religion, genderor national origin."
z.= t2 Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.
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Portion: Page5, line 16beginningwith thewords"thattheyintend"
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'fg
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t'-,:& t9 convey" through Page 5, line 2l ending with the words " hunters and gun owners."

20 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

2l

22 16. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 22beginningwith the words"formerNRA


23 PresidentCarleton[sic] Heston"throughPage5, line 28 endingwith the words"Califomiaand

24 Nevada."

25 Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)

26
27 17. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 3 beginningwith thewords "Gun showshave

28 beenbanned"throughPage6,line 5 endingwith thewords"Alamedacounty."


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1 Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

2
J 18. ObiectionablePortion: Page6, line 11 begiruringwith the words "the ordinance

4 banning" through Page6,line 12 endingwith the words "acttralgunsat gun shows."

5 Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

7 19. ObiectionablePortion: Page6, line 14 beginningwith the words "Thereforean

8 agreement"through Page6,line 17 endingwith the words "of that contract?,'

9 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

10

11 20. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 19beginningwith the words"Furthermorethe


z.= T2 following"throughPage7,line 18endingwith thewords"stockdimensions."
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Portion: EntireDeclaration.
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because
noneof the evidencecontainedin this
7 z
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to the
'g
i,,...Æ¿
'
T9 determinationof the actionmoreprobableor lessprobablethanit would be withoutthe evidence.
20 (FRE40r,402.)

2l
22 2. ObiectionablePortion:ExhibitsA throughD to Declarationof DuaneDarr.
23 Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRE801(c)and802.) Relevance.(FRE
24 401,402.)

25
26 3. Obiectionable
Portion: Page2,line 12beginningwith thewords"theNRA'5
27 interpretation"throughPage2,line 14 endingwith thewords',andbeararms."

28 Groundsfoi Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRES01(c)and 802.) Lack of personal


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1 knowledge. (FRE 602.)

2
J 4. ObiectionablePortion: Page2,line 15 beginningwith the words "given the current

4 interpretation"throughPage2,line 16 endingwith the words "Ninth Circuit judicial opinions."

5 Grounds for Ob.iection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lacks foundation.

5. Obj ectionablePortion: Page2, line 17, the phrase"the 'right to keep and bear arms' is

8 a corepolitical right."

9 Groundsfor Obiection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

10 Lacks foundation.

11
z.= l2 6, ObjectionablePortion: Page2,line 21 beginningwith the words "Before the Turks"
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É . 4 T3 through Page2,line25 ending with the words "The Soviet Union, Uganda and Rwanda."
L¡.r 3
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() r{i
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15 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.
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< ZÈ 7. ObiectionablePortion: Page3, line 10 beginningwith the words "mypossessionof
T
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i'' ¿ !Ì!2
¿ t9 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

20

2T 8. Objectionable
Portion: Page3, line 14beginningwith thewords"I agreewith
22 Defendant"throughPage3,line 15endingwith thewords"gunsare'iconsof patriotism.
"'
23 Grorurds
for Objection:Inadmissible
hearsay.(FRE801(c)and802.)
24

25 9. 9bjectionablePortion: Page3, line 18beginningwith thewords"the NationalRifle

26 Association's?'
throughPage3, line 2I endingwith thewords"'rrght to keepandbeararms."'

27 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c)and 802.) Lack of personal

28 knowledge.(FRE 602.) Lacksfoundation.


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I 10. ObjectionablePortion: Page ,line 1 beginningwith the'ù/ords"I am reminded"

2 through Page 4,line 4 ending with the words "threat to liberty."


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

4
) 11. ObjectionablePortion: Page4, line 6 beginningwith the words "the United Statesis"

6 throughPage4,line 8 endingwith the words "religion, genderor nationalorigin."


I Groundsfor Objection: lmproper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

8 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Legal conclusion. Lacks foundation.

9
10 12. ObiectionablePortion:Page4,Iine l5beginningwiththewords"theyintend"

11 throughPage4,line 16 endingwith the words "they hateguns."


z = 12 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)
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Ori
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Portion:Page4, line 21 beginningwith thewords"formerNRA
1' . 4!!t9
19 PresidentCarleton[sic] Heston"throughPage4,line 27 endingwith the words"Califomia and

20 Nevada."

2I Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)


22

23 15. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, lines 1-4, sub-paragraph


"h."

24 Grounds for Objection: Relevance. (FRE 401,402.) Speculation. (FRE 602.)

25

26 Portion:Page5, line 5 beginningwith thewords'þersonal,private


16. Objectionable

27 right" throughPage5, line 6 endingwith the words"of this republic."

28 Groundsfor Objection: Vagueandambiguous.


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1 17. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 6 beginningwith the words "''W'ethe People"'

2 through Page5, line 12 endingwith the words "acknowledgedby the Bill of Rights."

J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

+ knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.

5
6 18. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 18 beginningwith the words "Every time

someonecommits a crime" through Page5, line 20 ending with the words "tough new gun laws

8 arepassed."

9 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE

10 602.) Lacks foundation.

11
z.= t2 19. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, Iine 20 beginningwith the words "This kind of
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2.2 T4 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal
()Yi
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biasesandprejudices."
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tþ t9 Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.(FRE602.)
20

2l 21. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 26 beginningwith the words "especiallywhen"

22 through Fage 5, line28 ending with the words "Alameda County."

23 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c) and 802.)

24

25 22. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 2 beginningwith thewords"Many stores"

26 throughPage6,line 3 endingwith thewords"zoÍredoutof existence;"


andPage6, line 3
27 begiruringwith the words"Gun showshavebeenbanned"throughPage6,1ine5 endingwith the

28 wordso'AlamedaCountv."
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1 Groundsfor Objection:Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).)Lackof personal
2 knowledge.(FRE602.) Legalconclusion.
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4 23' ObiectionablePortion: Page6, line 9 beginningwith the words "the ordinance

5 banning" through Page6,line 10 endingwith the words "at gun shows."

6 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.


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This statementmisstatesevidence.The Ordinanceprohibits possessionof firearmson County

8 property;it doesnot ban the possessionof guns at gun shows.

9
10 24. objectionablePortion: page6, line 10,thephrase,,abridges
my right."
11 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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t 9 ¿
2.2 t4 opportunity"throughPage9,line 4 endingwith thewords,,thistypeof firearm,"
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Portion:Page7,line 28 beginningwith thewords"someof the
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i': 19
T9
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20 knowledge.(FRE 602.)
2l
22 27' Objectionable
Portion:Page8, line 11beginningwith thewords"the ordinance
23 baruring"throughPage8, line 13 endingwith the words"commercialspeechactivities.,'
24 Groundsfor Obiection:Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).)Legalconclusion.
25
26 28. ObiectionablePortion: Page9, line 5 beginningwith the words"I would assert"

27 throughPage9,line 6 endingwith thewords'þerversionof the Englishlanguage."

28 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) L-egalconclusion.


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2 1. ObjectionablePortion: Entire Declaration.


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Relevance,becausenone of the evidencecontainedin this

4 declarationhas any tendencyto make the existenceof any factthat is of consequenceto the

5 determination of the action more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.

6 ( F R E4 0 1 , 4 0 2 . )

8 2. Objectionable
Portion: ExhibitsA throughS to Declarationof JessB. Guy.
9 GroundsforObjection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)Lackof authentication.
(FRE
10 e01(a).)
11
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3,line 24 endingwith the words"firearmsat a ganshow."
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2 . 2 t4 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal
() rli
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'ú.
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20 knowledge.(FRE 602.) Lacksfoundation.
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22 5. Objectionable
Portion:Page ,Iine 17beginningwith the words"mypossession
of
23 guns"throughPage4,line 18endingwith thewords"opposedto my views."

24 Groundsfor Obiection:Speculation.(FRE602.)
25
26 6. ObjectionablePortion: Page4,line27 beginringwith the words "Byprohibiting"

27 throughPage5, line 1 endingwith thewords"to potentialclients."

28 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).) Legalconclusion.


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1 This sentencealsomisstatesevidence.The Ordinancedoesnot preventdeclarantfrom providing

2 his seminarsto potentialclients. The Ordinanceprohibitspossession


of firearmson County
a
J propeny.

4
5 7. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, line 2 beginningwith the words "Gun showsprovide"

6 throughPage7 ,line 22 endingwith the word "purposes,"exceptfor page S,line 12.

1 Groundsfor Ob.iection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)

9 8. ObjectionablePortion: Page5, lines 18-19,the words "my ovm statusas a bona fide

10 expert in firearms."

11 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.


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15 Groundi for Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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'!!,
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"
20

2l 11. Objectionable
Portion: Page6, line 20 beginningwith thewords"Markingson
22 similar" throughPage6, line 23 endingwith thewords"avoidanceof legalsanctions."
4a
¿J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.
24
25 12. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 24begirning with the words"IJndercurrent
26 federalandstatelaw" throughPage6, line 25 endingwiththe words"law enforcement

27 agencies."

28 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal


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2
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4 throughPage7,line 2 endingwith the words "at gun shows."

5 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

l 14. ObjectionablePortion: Page7,line 12 beginningwith the words "'While not a

8 commonoccuffence"through Page7,line 14 endingwith the words "fire fully automatic;"and

9 PageT,line 15 beginning with the words "Additionally, someolder firearms" throughPage7,

10 line 16 endingwith the words "facilitate full automaticfire."

11 Grounds for Obiection: lmproper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lacks foundation.
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Portion:Page7,line 14,thesentence
"This is usuallyunlawful
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15 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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!tt
' -t{¿ t9 (FRE602.)
Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.
20

2l 17. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line 3 begiruringwith thewords"'Whiletheremaybe

22 many'through Page8, line 5 endingwith thewords"firearmsenthusiasts


in general."
LJ Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.
(FRE602.)

24
25 18. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line Tbegiruringwith thewords"the NationalRifle

26 position"throughPage8, line 10 endingwith the words't'andbeararms."'


Association's

27 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c)and802.) Lacksfoundation.

28
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1 19' ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line 19, the phrase"I amcreatingalliesin my

2 politicalbeliefs."
ô
J Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

5 20' ObiectionablePortion: Page8, line 21 beginningwith the words "f am not alone"

6 through Page 8, line 23 ending with the words ,'tltreatto liberty.',

7 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

9 21' Ob-iectionable
Portion: Page9, line 2 beginningwith the words "they intendto

10 convey''through Page9,line 3 endingwith the words f.theyhate guns.,,

11 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)


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Portion: Page9, line 6 beginningwith thewords"Gun showshave
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z.? T4 beenbanned"throughPage9,line 8 endingwith thewords"Alamedacounty.,,


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Portion: Page9, line 13beginningwith thewords"On theweekendof
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20 Groundsfor Obiection:Relevance.(FRE 401,402)
21

22 24. ObjectionablePortion: Page9, line 21 beginningwith the words"Theydepend


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24 Groundsfor Objection: Lack of personalknowledge.(FRE 602.) Lacksfoundation.


25
26 25. Objecdonable
Portion: Page9, line 28,thewords"is partof the GunShow
27 Enforcement
Act of 2000."
28 " Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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1 26. ObjectionablePortion: Page10, line 7-8,the words "the mandatorysignagerequired

2 underthe Gun Show EnforcementAct of 2000."


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

5 27. ObjectionablePortion: Page10, line 15 begiruringwith the words "In my opinion"

6 through Page 10, line 17 ending with the words "gun shows in pleasanton."

Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE

8 602.\

9
10 28. ObjectionablePortion: Page10, line 20 beginningwith the words "The conventional

11 wisdom" through Page 10, line22 endingwith the words "and gun violence."
z.= l2 Grounds for Ob-iection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Speculation. (FRE
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_= = i t6 containers"through Page 11, line 1 ending with the words "storage and transportationof
v\s
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| ]t2
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20

2T 30. Objectionable
Portion:Page11,line 3 beginningwith thewords"Manyof these
22 vendors"throughPage11,line 6 endingwith thewords"conducttheirownbusiness."

23 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE


24 602) Lackof personalknowledge.(FRE602.)
25
26 31. Ob.iectionable
Portion: Thesentence
appearingon PageI 1, lines9-10, which reads
27 "The vendoroffersthe BasicFirearmSafetycourserequiredby Califomialaw beforeanyperson

28 canlawfully purchasea firearm."


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1 Groundsfor Objection: Irnproperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

2 Mischaracterizesthe exhibit that itpurports to describe. The photograph attached,as


Exhibit H
a
J merely shows that the vendor has displayed a sign that includes the words "Basic firearms safety

4 course." The photograph does not establishthat this venrdoroffers that safetv course.

6 32. ObiectionablePortion:Page 11, line 15 beginningwith the words "Though California

7 law" throughPage 11, line 22 endingwith the words "be safetytied."

8 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

9 Lacks foundation:

10

11 33' Objectionable
Portion:Page11,line 26beginningwith thewords"Thiswouldbe
z.= t2 another"throughPage11, line 28 endingwith the words"bannedfrom countyproperty."
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(FRE
|lr3
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uta Portion:Page12,lines2-3, thesentence
"Gunpartsarenotregulated
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20 35. ObiectionablePortion: Page12,line 3 beginningwith the words "However this

2l vendor" through Page l2,line 4 endingwith the words "expect to seefirearms."

22 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE


^a
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24
25 36. Objectionable
Portion:Pagel2,line 14beginningwith thewords"collectibleand
26 historicallysignificantmilitary frrearms"throughPageI2,Iine 17 endingwith the words

27 "soldiersduringW'WII."

28 GrourCds
for Objection: Improperopiniontestimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal
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1 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.

2
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J 37. ObjectionablePortion: Page12,line 20 beginningwith the words "There
[sic]
4 foundationalphilosophy is" through Pagel2,line2l endingwith the words "'Right to Keep and
5 BearArms."'

6 Groundsfor Objection: lnadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c) and 802.) Lack of personal

7 knowledge. (FRE 602.)

9 38. ObjectionablePortion: Page12,line27 begiwing with the words "has both a

10 political" through Page 12,line 28 ending with the words "acquisition of firearms."

11 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).)


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Portion: PageT2,line28 beginningwith thewords"Theireffortsare"
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2.2 T4 throughPage13,line 4 endingwith thewords"or Federalconstitutions."
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40' Objectionable
j' '{9
'".-;Y¿. T 9 showloophole"'thtoughPage13,line 22 endingwiththe words"storefrontgundealeror a gun
20 show."

2T Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal


22 knowledge.(FRE 602.) Legalconclusion.Lacksfoundation.

23
24 41. Obiectionable
Portion: Page13,line 25 beginningwith thewords"In my opinion"
25 throughPage14,line 4 endingwith thewords"AlamedaCountyfor that matter."

26 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE


27 602.) Lacksfoundation.

28
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I F. OBJECTIONS TO DECLARATION OF VIRGIL McVICKER

2 1. ObiectionablePortion: Entire Declaration.


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Relevance,becausenone of the evidencecontainedin this

4 declarationhas any tendencyto make the existenceof any factthat is of consequenceto the

5 determinationof the action more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.

6 (FRE 401, 402.) ^dditionally, declaranthasnot signedhis declaration(at leastnot on the service
1 copy).

9 2. ObjectionablePortion: Page2,line2l,the words "the 'right to keep and beararms' as

10 a core constitutionalright" (emphasisin original).

11 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.


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Portion: Page3, line 5 beginningwith thewords"my possession
of
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z.= T4 guns"throughPage3,line6 endingwith thewords"opposedto my views."
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-¿13. T9 Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.(FRE602.)


20
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2T 5. ObjectionablePortion: Page3, line 19 beginningwith the words "I amnot alone"

22 through Page3,line 2I ending with the words "threat to liberty."

23 Groundsfor Objection: Inadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c) and 802.) Speculation.(FRE

24 602.\

25

26 6. ObiectionablePortion: Page3, line 28 beginningwith the wordsof "that theyintend"

27 throughPage4,line 1 endingwith thewords"theyhateguns."

28 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE602.)


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I 7. ObiectionablePortion: Page4,line 4 begirmingwith the words "Gun showshavebeen

2 banned"through Page4,line 6 endingwith the words "Alameda County."

J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion,

5 8. ObjectionablePortion: Page4,1íne 18 beginningwith the words "the legal and

6 constitutionalright" through Page ,line 19 endingwith the words "responsibleAmericansin

7 general."

8 Groundsfor Obiection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

9
10 9. ObiectionablePortion: Page5, line 9 beginningwith the words "has had a chilling

11 effect" through Page 5, line 12 ending with the words "attheAlameda County Fairgrounds."
= = l2 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)
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15 would" through Page 5, line 14 ending with the words "as apizedrawing."
< i l
-== i t6 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE
çrt 5
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11. Objectionable
20 throughPage5, Iine 26 endingwith the words"fulfilling our charter."

2l Groundsfor Objection: lmproperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE

22 602.) Legalconclusion.

23

24 12. Objectionable
Portion: Page6, line I beginningwith thewords'how seemintent"

25 throughPage6,1ine3 endingwith thewords"hobbiesandsportingactivities."

26 Grourdsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE

27 602.)

28
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1 13. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 4 beginningwith the words "Firearms,especially

2 in tne hands" through Page6,line 6 endingwith the words "despotsand dictatorships."


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

4 knowledge. (FRE 602.)

5
6 14. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 9 begiruringwith the words "Those aÍns were
- tools" throughPage6,1ine 12 endingwith the words "fall of the Berlin Wall."

8 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

9 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.

10

11 15. ObjectionablePortion: Page6, line 12 the words "my 'right to keep andbear arms."'
z.= l2 Groundsfor Objection: Legal conclusion.
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¡¡t 3
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t9 (FRE 401,402.)

20

2T Fortion: Page2,line7,the words"the 'right to keepandbeararms'as


2. Objectionable

22 a corepoliticalright."

23 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

24

25 3. Objectionable
Portion: Page2,line 15beginningwith thewords"my possession
of
26 guns"throughPage2,line 16 endingwith thewords"opposedto my vie\ás."

27 Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.(FRE602.)

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1 4. ObjectionablePortion: Page2,line 26,the words "I am creatingallies in my political

¿ beliefs."
a
J Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

5 5. ObjectionablePortion: Page2,line 28 beginningwith the words "Iamnot alone"

6 through Page 3, line 2 ending with the words "tlreat to liberty."

Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

9 6. ObjectionablePortion: Page3, line 9 beginningwith the words "they intendto

10 convey''throughPage3,line 10 endingwith the words "they hate guns."

11 Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)


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l!2
¿{¿. T9 beenbanned" through Page 3, line l5 ending with the words "Alameda County."

20 Grounds for Objection: Lack of personalknowledge. (FRE 602.) Improper opinion

2l testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

22

23 Portion: Page4,Iine 6 beginningwith the words"many- if not most-


9. Objectionable
24 of my customers"throughPage4,line7 endingwith the words"inspectthe merchandise."

25 Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.(FRE602.)
26

27 10. ObiectionablePortion: Page4, line 12,beginningwith the words"I am aheady


28 required"throughPage4,line 14 endingwith thewords"at gun shows."
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I Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

2
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J I 1. ObjectionablePortion: Page4,line 15 beginningwith the words "with tongue

4 planted firmly in cheek" through Page4,line 18 ending with the words "under their ordinance."

5 Groundsfor Objection: Lack of personalknowledge. (FRE 602.) Speculation.(FRE

6 602.) Legal conclusion. Argumentative.

8 12. ObiectionablePortion: Page4, line 19 beginningwith the words "the Alameda

9 ordinancein question" through Page4,line 23 ending with the words "Cal Penal Code $ 12050.-

10 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

11
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e , ê I3 banning" through Page4,line 25 ending with the words "my right to engagein pure speech
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''
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. /{.. t9 Groundsfor objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.) Legalconclusion.

20

2l 15. Obiectionable
Portion: Page5, line 24 beginningwith thewords"the ordinance
22 banningpossession"
throughPage5, line26 endingwith the words "tradingof firearms."
23 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Speculation.(FRE
24 602.) Lack of personalknowledge.(FRE 602.) Legalconclusion.

25

26 16. Objectionable
Portion:Page6, line 2 beginningwith thewords"Query:How is a
27 contract"throughPage6,line 4 endingwith thewords"of that contract?"

28 ' Groundsfor objection: speculation.(FRE602.) Retevance.(FRE 401,402)


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I 17. ObiectionablePortion: Page6, line 7 beginningwith the \Mords"Furthermorethe

2 following" through Page 7,line 9 ending with the words "at a ' guÍrless gun show."'

J Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)

5 H. OBJECTIONS TO DECLARATION OF RUSSELL A¡ID SALLIE NORDYKE

6 1. ObiectionablePortion: Entire Declaration.

Groundsfor Objection: Relevance,becausenone of the evidencecontainedin this

8 declarationhas any tendencyto make the existenceof any fact that is of consequenceto the

9 determinationof the action more probable or lessprobable than it would be without the evidence.

10 (FRE401,402.)

11
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Portion: ExhibitsA, B, C, D, E, andF.
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Groundsfor Objection:Inadmissible
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T
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20 4. ObjectionablePortion: Page3, line 23,the words "the 'right to keep andbear arms' as

2T a core constitutional right."

22 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

23

24 P'órtion:Page3, line 25 beginningwith thewords"the 'right to keep"'


5. Objectionable

25 throughPage3, line 27 endingwith the words'þreservationof all rights."

26 Groufrdsfor Objection: lnadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c)and 802.) Improperopinion

27 testimony.(FRE701(b).)Legalconclusion.

28
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1 Portion: Page3, line 28 beginningwith the words "our 'right to keep"'
6. Ob.iectionable

2 throughPage4,line 3 endingwith the words "study and discussreal firearms."


a
J Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

4
5 7. ObjçctionablePortion: Page4, lines 8-9, the words "possessionof guns at a gun show

6 can conveya particularizedmessageto peopleopposedto our views."


n
Groundsfor Objection: Speculation.(FRE 602.)

8
9 8. Objectionable Portion: Page4, lines 24-25, the words "(currently bannedby an

t0 ordinanceidentical to the Alameda Ordinance)."

11 Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.


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< ì
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¡' ll2
-¿7¿. T9 ending with the words "firearms."

20 Grounds for Objection: Inadmissible hearsay. (FRE 801(c) and 802.) Improper opinion

2l testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion

22

23 1i. Objectionable
Portion:Page5, line 13,thewords"committhe fraud."

24 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

25

26 12. Obìectionable
Portion: Page5, line 17beginningwith the words"The Alameda

27 Ordinanceis not a reasonable"throughPage5, line 20 endingwith the words "condescending

28 hYPerbole''
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1 Groundsfor Obiection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

2 Argumentative.

4 13. ObjectionablePortion:Page5,line 2lbegirningwiththewords oTo carrythe

5 County's charadefurther" through Page6,line 6 ending with the words "mocking the law."

6 Groundsfor Obiection: Speculation.(FRE 602.) Relevance.(FRE 401, 402.)

7 Argumentative. lmproper hypothetical.

8
9 14. ObiectionablePortion: Page6, line 7 beginningwith the words "For a practical

10 example" through Page 8, line 4 ending with the words "commencing the transaction."

11 Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.)


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z.= l4 through Page 6,line 28 ending with the words "and sale consummated."
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15 Groundsfor Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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<
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'!tz
',,.j3. T9 Grounds for Obiection: Lack of personalknowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.

20

2t 17. Objectionable
Portion: Page7,line 6 beginningwith thewords"Perhaps
with good
22 cauSe"throughPage7,line 13 endingwith the words"(andpossiblycriminal)firearm

23 transactions."

24 Groundsfor Ob-iection:Speculation.(FRE 602.) Legalconclusion.Argumentative.

25

26 Portion: Page7,line 14beginningwith the words"Beforeany'sale'


18. Objectionable

27 of gun" throughPage7,line 27 endingwith the words"picturetakenby a third partyl'

28 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.


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1 19. ObiectionablePortion: Page7,line 24begirning with the words "California Penal

2 Code" through Page 8, line 1 ending with the words "any frteaÍm."
a
J Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

5 20. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line 5 beginningwith the words "We have all the"

6 throughPage8, lines 9-10 endingwith the words "conductinga gun shows[sic]."

7 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.

9 21. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line 13 beginningwith the words "That can only be

10 accountedfor" through Page 8, line 14 ending with the words "to those shows."

11 Groundsfor Obiection: Lack of personalknowledge. (FRE 602.) Speculation.(FRE


z,= T2 602.)
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z.? I4 22. ObjectionablePortion: Page8, line 18 beginningwith the words "There is no
OTi
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15 Nevada law" through Page 8, line 27 endingwith the words "gun shows in Northern California."
-== i t6 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.
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' , , 4:sl
i'' &. I9 extinction"throughPage9,line2 endingwith thewords"from theseNevadaShows[sic]."

20 (FRE602.)
Groundsfor Objection:Speculation.

2T

22 24. ObjectionablePortion: Page9, line 3 beginningwith the words"Californiahasits


23 own AssaultWeaponlaws" throughPage9,line25 endingwith the words"beforebuyinga gun

24 in Nevada."

25 Groundsfor Objection: Relevance.(FRE 401,402.) Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE

26 701(b).)Legalconclusion

27

28 25. ObiectionablePortion: Page10,lines 12-13,the words"'Weresentbeingcategorized


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2 Grounds for Obiection: Speculatioq. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.
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4 26. ObjectionablePortion: Page 10, lines I7-L8, the sentence"Even Mary V. King had

5 to admit that the County has no evidenceof illegal activity at our shows."

6 Groundsfor Objection: lnadmissiblehearsay.(FRE 801(c) and 802.)

8 27. ObiectionablePortion: Page 10, line 22beginningwith the words "the Second

9 Amendment protects" through Page 10, line28 ending with the words 'þermission of the

10 governmentof California."

11 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legal conclusion.
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20 after county in Northern Califomia;" Page 11, line 6, the words "the Alameda showswere

2T banned;" and Page 11, lines 8-9, the words "We have been banned from the fairgroundsin

22 Sonoma,San Mateo and Marin counties."

23 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Legalconclusion.

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25 30. Objectionable
Portion: Page11,lines10-11,thewords"this caseis a goodexample

26 of how prejudiceandignorancecandrivebadpublicpolicy."

27 Groundsfor Objection: Improperopiniontestimony.(FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal


28 knowledge.(FRE 602.) Lacksfoundation.Vague. Argumentative.
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1 31. ObjectionablePortion: Page11, line 12 beginningwith the words "The County

2 admits" through Page 11, line 17 endingwith the words "county taxes."
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4 Argumentative.

6 32. ObjectionablePortion: Page11, lines 18-19,the words "'We evengenerated


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substantialrevenue for the county when our shows were taking place atthe Fairgrounds."

8 Groundsfor Obiection: Improperopinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

9 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Lacks foundation.

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z,= T2 they did this" through Page 11, line 23 endingwith the words "Alameda Fairgrounds."
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21 35. ObiectionablePortion: PageI2,line 9 beginningwith the words "Knowing that gun

22 showswere suing them" through Pagel2,line 13 endingwith the words'þrimary targetof the

23 ordinance.

24 Grounds for Objection: Improper opinion testimony. (FRE 701(b).) Lack of personal

25 knowledge. (FRE 602.) Speculation.(FRE 602.)

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27 36. ObjectionablePortion:
Page12,linel4beginningwiththewords"WiththeCounty
28 attemptingto maintainthe fiction" throughPagel2,line 18 endingwith the words"gun shows
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5 DATED: September
19.2006 zuCHARD E. V/INNIE
COUNTY COLTNSEL
6 COTINTYOF ALAMEDA
7 RICHARDS,WATSON& GERSHON
A ProfessionalCorporation
8 T. PETERPIERCE
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1 PROOF OF SERVICE
2 I, Irina Berman,declare:
a
J I xn aresidentof the Stateof Califomiaandoverthe ageof eighteenyears,
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not aparty to the within action;my businessaddressis Richards,'Watson& Gãrshon,++
4 Montg_omery Street,.S_uite3800,
SanFrancisco, Califomiag4l04-4811.On Septemúer19,
2006,I servedthe within documents:
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DEFENDANTS' RELEVANCE OBJECTIONSTO UNDISPUTEDF'ACTS;
6 Al[D EVIDENTIARY OBJECTIONS TO AND MOTION TO STRIKE: (1)
PLAINTIFFS' EXPERT REPORT; AND (2) DECLARATIONS OF
DON-ALD KILME& DARYL DAVIS, DUANE DARR" JESSB. G[IY,
VIRGIL McVICKER, MIKE FOURIIIER, AND RUSSELL AND SALLIE
8 NORDYKE
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I by placingthe dqc¡me$g listedabovein a sealedFederalExpressenvelopeand
10 affixing a pre-paidair bill, andcausingthe envelopeto be deliveredto a Feãeral
Expressageî! fo¡ oye_rmght delivery ór depositelin a box or otherfacility
11 r-egularlymaintainedby FederalExpress,iñ an envelopeor packagedesigirated by
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the expressservicecarrier,with deliveryfeespaid or providedfor, addreËsed to
12 the person(s)at the address(es) setforth below.
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t4 DonaldE.J.Kilmer, Esq.
Law Officesof DonaldKilmer
15 1645V/illow Street,Suite150
SanJose,CA95125
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t t l aboveis true and
I declareunderpenaltyof pe{ury underthe laws of the Stateof Californiathat the
correct.

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