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Does v. Josephine County

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

January 8, 2014

JOHN DOES 1, 2, 3 and 4, Plaintiffs,
v.
JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Defendant.

ORDER

MARK D. CLARKE, Magistrate Judge.

The parties contacted the court for guidance regarding disdosure of plaintiffs' true names during investigation and depositions. The court ordered that counsel may use plaintiffs' true names in investigation and depositions with the following limitatins: (1) all parties contacted during investigation and or in deposition to whom plaintiffs' true names are revealed must first be instructed regarding the Protective Order preventing public disclosure of plaintiffs' true names; (2) all deposition transcripts or statements of witnesses filed with the court shall be submitted with plaintiffs' true names redacted, or filed under seal. The purpose of these precautions is to prevent public disclosure of plaintiffs' true names while ensuring a fair opportunity for counsel to conduct discovery.


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