I remarked last week about an odd aspect of Judge Potter’s order concerning discovery in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. It’s not unusual that discovery be kept confidential between the parties, but it was quite unusual for the judge to require that Brett Kimberlin file a copy of what he provided to opposing counsel with the court.
One wonders what the judge has in mind.
There’s nothing on the court website that shows that TDPK filed what the judge required, but that may be because it’s a category of document the system doesn’t handle. I’ll ask the folks in the Clerk’s office the next time I’m there.