Discovery Sanction: Costs (of pizza)

Given that it’s 84 degrees, without a hint of humidity, but with bright sun & clear blue skies as we approach 5:00PM, I doubt many people are reading this blog, or any legal ethics blog.

Seems like the perfect time for this post.

Perusing Above The Law, I ran across Joe Patrice’s post Pro Se Plaintiff Asks For Expenses For A Pizza Party As Discovery Sanction, Gets Them.

It speaks for itself.

Now, stop reading this, and enjoy the fantastic weather! It won’t be long until the weather ain’t so fantastically enjoyable!

Pizza

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