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In this article, our Peoria civil defense attorneys further explain the process for written discovery and how it may be a great tool in preparation for depositions and trials. Our Peoria defense attorneys explain various phases of written discovery such as requests for production of documents, admission of facts, and interrogatories. The final section discusses the reasons why the opposing party will often object some discovery requests and how a Motion to Compel Discovery may move the process along if time has expired to produce discovery documents by the requesting side. As new information comes to light, there may be additional production requests and interrogatories.
Our Peoria civil defense lawyers are here to help you better understand Motions to Dismiss and how we use them in civil litigation cases.
There are two types of Motions to Dismiss: 2-615 Motions and 2-619 Motions. In this episode, we explain motions to dismiss in Illinois civil litigation, including the difference between 2-615 motions to dismiss and 2-619 motions to dismiss, and the process for briefing and hearing of motions to dismiss.