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They say under the rules they should have been given 28 days to produce the documents — which would exceed Oster’s deadline — but agreed to hold the deposition on Feb. 27.
“The village will work with plaintiff and produce relevant responsive documents in its possession, but it is unable to do so within plaintiffs’ foreshortened time period and in fact cannot comply with that period,” New Miami’s attorney James Englert wrote.
One of the attorneys for the speeders, Josh Engel, said this is just another delaying tactic by the village and its attorneys.
“We do not intend to let New Miami push back any of the judge’s deadlines,” Engel said. “The court has ruled that people are entitled to refunds and we believe that these should be paid, plus interest, as soon as possible.”
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