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17-4092 - Kiles v. Ryan et al


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17-4092 - Kiles v. Ryan et al
April 6, 2018
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ORDER - IT IS ORDERED DENYING Respondents' request to impose page limitations (Doc. 11). IT IS FURTHER ORDERED GRANTING Respondents' Motion to Preclude Juror Contact (Doc. 13) to the extent it would prevent Petitioner from using the information deemed confidential under Arizona Criminal Rule 18.3 to locate and interview jurors. Petitioner is, however, not otherwise restricted from using other publicly available information for locating the juror's in this case. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED GRANTING Respondents' Motion to Preclude Juror Contact to the extent it would prevent Petitioner from questioning jury members on matters not admissible in evidence absent further authorization of this Court. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED DENYING Respondents' Motion to Preclude Juror Contact to the extent it would prevent Petitioner from questioning jurors' concerning extraneous influences on the jury, or whether a juror made a clear statement that indicates racial animus was a significant motivating factor in a juror's vote to convict. (See document for complete details). Signed by Judge G Murray Snow on 4/6/18. (SLQ)
April 20, 2018
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ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that Respondents' Motion for Order to Preclude Defense Team from Contacting Victims (Doc. 12) is GRANTED. No person who is defined as a victim in this matter pursuant to Arizona law shall be contacted by anyone working with or on behalf of Petitioner or Petitioner's counsel unless the victim, through counsel for Respondents, has consented to such contact. If consent is not provided and Petitioner nonetheless believes contact is necessary, Petitioner may file a motion with the Court explaining the necessity for such contact and further addressing the applicability of Arizona's provisions governing the rights of victims. (See document for complete details). Signed by Judge G Murray Snow on 4/20/18. (SLQ)