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Judge Approves Discovery Motion in High-Profile Michigan Election Case

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Judge Approves Discovery Motion in High-Profile Michigan Election Case

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A judge in Michigan on Monday approved a motion for discovery, ordering Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s office to give information to the defendants in a lawsuit. Judge Kevin Elsenheimer with the 13th Circuit Court in addition to ruling that the state can release the names of forensic investigators, granted a motion from the plaintiff that seeks information from the office of Benson, a Democrat. Matthew DePerno, who is representing plaintiff William Bailey in Bailey v. Antrim County, asked Elsenheimer to order Benson to produce correspondence between her and county election officials, the state Legislature, and Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook. Elsenheimer approved the motion, with a deadline of Feb. 1, the Traverse City Record Eagle reported. “They fought us on every one of these requests they didn’t want to turn over any documents or information to us. And they now have to turn over a substantial amount of documentation …

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