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Civil Practice – Motion to Stay – Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Fifth Amendment Privilege – First Impression (access required)

Although the third-party defendants (Movants) are under grand jury investigation, since they have not been indicted, the degree of overlap between the civil and criminal cases against them is speculative. Plaintiffs have shown that Movant Brasser’s testimony is relevant to their claims against defendants, and plaintiffs and defendants have shown that they would be prejudiced ...

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