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Asked on: 7/01/13, 10:42 am

On 6/28 I had a pre-trial I am the plaintiff in a civil matter I am representing myself. The defendants attorney requested a "period of discovery" which was granted for 60 days. This is about the damages the defendants dog did to my dog on my property I have a Vet Bill for $3,137.00. I told the defendants lawyer I would provide all of my dogs medical records concerning this matter. Imagine my shock and surprise to find out the DEFENDANTS were at my Vet's office on 6/27 asking for medical records and pictures to be given to them without my permission!! This was BEFORE pre-trial and BEFORE the motion for discovery. (The Vets office made a note in the record that the defendants had come in for this information)What I want to know is can I file a motion to END discovery and site the defendants misconduct and my reason to end discovery? Should I wait a certain period of time?

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