Subpoena plot thickens

Filed under:Brookings Routing Docket — posted by admin on September 29, 2010 @ 9:34 am

Update on the Subpoena Requests filed by NoCapX 2020 and United Citizens Action Network in the Brookings-Hampton remand docket (08-1474).  There’s been a flurry of activity.

First, yesterday morning I had a chat with Dave Seykora, who noted that he wold be present at the hearings and that the DOT would fight a subpoena (not that one has been served, it’s only been requested thus far).  He convinced me that he’d be able to get the testimony I’m looking for in the record, and I withdrew that subpoena request:

NoCapX & U-CAN withdraw DOT Subpoena Request

Then, filed yesterday afternoon, and emailed just before close of business:

OES EFP Letter to Judge Luis

And then drafted last night and filed early this morning (gotta sleep on these letters):

NoCapX & U-CAN Response to MOES Objection

And then a little later today from the DNR’s Asst. A.G.:

DNR’s Letter to Judge Luis

And NoCapX and U-CAN’s response to that, withdrawing the subpoena requests for Rich Bauer and Lisa Joyal, and leaving outstanding the subpoena requests for Jamie Schrenzel and Lisa Gelvin-Innvaer:

NoCapX & U-CAN response to DNR

We’re off to the races…

one comment so far »

  1. I am so glad that you understand all this stuff and the legalese that goes with it. This should all have been nipped in the bud when it first started. Thank you for being the voice.

    Comment by Judy Lane — September 30, 2010 @ 7:22 am

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