How long does it take for motion of discovery?

How long does it take for motion of discovery?

The plaintiff must give you responses to the request for interrogatories within 45 days of when you mailed the request. If they do not give you a response you can send a final request to the plaintiff. In the final request tell the plaintiff they have another 30 days to give you answers to your interrogatory requests.

What happens if you don’t respond to discovery?

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You lose. SUMMARY: Failure to timely answer discovery or refusal to answer discovery has two important and potentially catastrophic consequences. You may waive your right to object to the discovery even if the other party has no right to the information requested. In other words, you may be forced to give it to them.

What should I ask for in discovery?

Here are some of the things lawyers often ask for in discovery:anything a witness or party saw, heard, or did in connection with the dispute.anything anyone said at a particular time and place (for example, in a business meeting related to the dispute or after a car accident that turned into a lawsuit)

What happens if you lie in discovery?

The most damaging thing that can happen if someone lies on interrogatories is that they can be punished by the judge at trial. When the truth is discovered, the judge may impose a fine, assign additional litigation costs, or dismiss the case entirely if it was brought by the party who provided false information.