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Morales v. Fry

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle

June 19, 2018

MARIA MORALES, Plaintiff,
v.
OFFICER SONYA FRY, Defendant.

          CIVIL RIGHTS JUSTICE CENTER, PLLC DARRYL PARKER CIVIL RIGHTS JUSTICE CENTER, PLLC ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF MARIA MORALES

          PETER S. HOLMES SEATTLE CITY ATTORNEY GHAZAL SHARIFI CHERIE K. GETCHELL ERIKA EVANS SEATTLE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANT SONYA FRY

          STIPULATED MOTION AND AGREED IN LIMINE ORDER

          Robert S. Lasnik United States District Court Judge

         Based on the following stipulation, the parties move the Court to enter the agreed in limine order below

         STIPULATION

         The parties have met and conferred to resolve disputes regarding their motions in limine as the local rules require. LCR 7(d)(4). Along with their disputed motions in limine, which they will file on June 15, the parties have agreed that the Court should enter the following order to enforce their agreements resolving certain motions in limine.

         SO STIPULATED.

         ORDER

         Based on the stipulation above, the Court GRANTS the parties' stipulated motion, and orders as follows as to matters taking place in the presence of the jury in the trial of this action. Counsel are responsible for ensuring that non-adverse witnesses that they call are informed of these orders to ensure that they do not violate them.

         1) Non-party witnesses shall not be present in the courtroom during proceedings in this case until they have been called to the stand and the Court has excused them from further testimony. Fed.R.Evid. 615.

         2) Neither counsel nor any witness may comment on the tax consequences arising from any award of damages to Plaintiff.

         3) Neither counsel nor any witness may state or argue that Officer Fry or another payor would or would not pay any judgment against her.

         4) Neither counsel nor witnesses may state or argue that the City of Seattle is insured or not insured, discuss the financial condition of the City of Seattle, or discuss the source of any payment the City of Seattle might make to satisfy a judgment in this matter.

         5) Except for documents used solely for impeachment, counsel shall first seek leave of Court before offering in front of the jury or referring in front of the jury to any document (including electronic media) that has not been previously produced in this action or identified in the parties' ...


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