In a case alleging that a government employer deprived a worker of a liberty interest without due process of law, a court can permit deposition questions about whether supervisors adequately investigated and prevent questions about supervisors' credibility, criticisms and motivations.
Abelli v. Ansonia Board of Education
U.S. District Court
February 4, 2013
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