Assignment 3: Graded Weekly Assignment: Drafting AssignmentMotion to Compel Production of Evidence
The motion to compel production of evidence is a document that has special significance in a trial. It asks the court to force the opposing side to produce the evidence they have or have access to. The motion to compel usually means the opposing side is obstructing the discovery process.
At this stage you should be able to answer the following basic questions:
Week 4 Tasks
Shortly after you serve O’Fay’s counsel with your request for admissions you are provided with answers; however they are not admissions and each requested admission alleges that the defendant does not have sufficient information to affirm or deny the factual allegation. These admissions in particular the fact that O’Fay never attempted to interview Harper are vital to your case. After you consult with your supervising attorney he instructs you to file under his supervision a motion to compel admission with the court and serve it upon O’Fay’s counsel. In this motion you must allege that the facts in question are undeniable and move that the court compel the defendant to so admit.
Compile your work in a Microsoft Word document.
Submit your document to theW4: Assignment 3 DropboxbyTuesday June 13 2017.
Name your document SUO_LGS2001_W4_A3_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
On a separate page cite all sources using the Bluebook format.
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