Judge: Family Of Shooting Victim Can Have Officer's Training Reports, Emails

Judge: Family Of Shooting Victim Can Have Officer's Training Reports, Emails

PRESCOTT, Ariz. - A federal judge in Arizona on Sept. 13 ruled that the family of a man who was shot by a police officer during a domestic disturbance call can have the training records of another officer who also was at the scene because they are relevant to the family's claims and that they can also have emails the City of Flagstaff claimed were privileged by the work product doctrine because the city failed to sufficiently describe the protected nature of the communications (Ruth Bradburn Mitchell, et al. v. City of Flagstaff, et al.,  No. CV 11-08140-PCT-FJM, D. Ariz.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 131225).

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