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In The Matter Of:

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Alex Friedmann v.
Corrections Corporation ofAmerica

Davidson County Chancery Court
Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29,2008

Vowell & Jennings, Inc.
214 Second Avenue North
Suite 207
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
615-256-1935

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson Connty Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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CHANCERY COURT OF DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSE

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ALEX FRIEDMANN,
Individually and as an

Associate Editor of

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PRISON LEGAL NEWS,

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Petitioner,

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CORRECTIONS CORPORATION
OF AMERICA,
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- APPEARANCES For the Petitioner:
ANDREW C. CLARKE
BOROD & KRAMER
80 Monroe Avenue, Suite G1
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
901-524-0200
aclarke@borodandkramer.com

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For the Respondent:

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JOSEPH F. WELBORN, III
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TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS

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Taken Before the Honorable Claudia Bonnyman

July 29, 2008

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JASON CALLEN
WALKER, TIPPS & MALONE
150 Fourth Avenue, North
Nashville, Tennessee 37219
615.313.6000

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COURT REPORTING FIRM:
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JENNIFER HAYNIE
VOWELL & JENNINGS, INC.
214 2nd Avenue North
Suite 207
NashVille, Tennessee 37201
Telephone:
6+5.256.1935
E-Mail:
jenniferhayine@comcast.net

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VOWELL & JENNINGS, INC.
Court Reporting Services

207 washington Square Building
214 Second AVenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
(615) 256-1935

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(The .ebcve-e eyaec matter came on to be heard

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think the annual, all the exhibits that we

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before the Honorable Claudia Bonnyman, at

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filed with our notice of filing.

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1:00 on JUly 29, 2008, when the following

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proceedings were had, to wit:)

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THE COURT:

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Lawyers, this is the

continuation of a proceeding of several weeks

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THE COURT:

Okay.

And you have a

copy of this?
MR. CLARKE:

Yes, Your Honor.

To

the extent it's going to be utilized or

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ago in which we discussed and made a decision

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dispositive of the Courtls rUling, the

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about or at least the Court ruled upon

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affidavit is hearsay, but I think we need to

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burdens of proof and the par'ties and the

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get to the point of this, if it gets to that

Court shared information about which cases

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seem to be on point and what parts of the

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deposition of

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case would really lead the Court to the

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Mr. Groom, who makes a lot of legal

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conclusion and the plaintiff filed four

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conclusions in the affidavit.

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exhibits.

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need to move this thing along.

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thinks that there's a proof isaue that needa

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MR. CLARKE:

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THE COURT:

Yes, your Honor.
There is an affidavit

point, I would like to, of course, take the

I think we
If the Court

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to done, we have made our alternative request

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that has been filed, but has not been made an

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for discovery.

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exhibit to the hearing.

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necessary, but for the record I will say that

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that.

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the affidavit is hearsay.

You might want to do

1 1m speaking as to the CCA -MR. WELBORN:

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I would like to make

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I don't think it is

The contracts that I produced are

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Mr. Groom's affidavit an exhibit to the

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public records.

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hearing.

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hearsay exception.

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received from the State, so to the extent

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that is dispositive of the Court's ruling I

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just note my objection.

THE COURT:

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And I'm assuming

that-MR. WELBORN:

As well as the, I

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

They are exempted from the
They are contracts

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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THE COURT:

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Well, we know that no

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one factor can be dispositive of the Court's

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make -- I'm not going to, but I'm going to

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ones are actually fact and which ones are

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recognize CCA's motion to make its paper

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presented to make a point of law.

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showing that CCA is the functional equivalent

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filed July 9th.

MR. CLARKE:

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So we know that the burden of

copy-of it.

There's not a notice issue and

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in the nation's government agency's own

They served that on me.

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plaintiff.

THE COURT:

And we'll mark that

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collective exhibit.

You've both filed supplemental

briefs, whioh I did review.

Is there -- I'm

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ready to hear the plaintiff if there's

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anything that you want to add or anything

should be made, whether they're affidavits or

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that you want to expand upon.

oontracts or anything else that you can think

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Are there any other exhibits that

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And I do have a

fact evidence, and I think that the Court can
go through those matters and determine which

everything.

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ruling, so if I'm going to go ahead and

what the Court should look at in terms of

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of?

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petitloner, Your Honor.

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MR. WELBORN:

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MR. CLARKE:

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Not from the

MR. CLARKE:

No, Your Honor, other

than what we previously argued.

We have,

after our initial petition and after we

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responded to CCAI S briefs, we fi·led a

No, Your Honor.

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supplemental memorandum that really went

Because the parties

through a lot of the contraots.

We would

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indicated at the first hearing that witnesses

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just point out very briefly without rearguing

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would not be called, that fact proof was

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and rehashing everything over again, I think

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the big distinotion for this Court to make
and that both CCA and the petitioner have

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fairly limited, was very limited, I'm

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admitting the affidavit, which is hearsay,

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but it seems to the Court that the parties

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been. kind of analyzing the question a little

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have been fairly informal as regards exactly

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bit different, is whether or not the function
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CCA performs is governmental; not how

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private aot of the government.
ways to determine it.

Those are

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they operate their own business.

And I think

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based on that, while the Court has to look at

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all the factors, and I think we've briefed

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the Humane Society.

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them fairly detailed to the Court is that

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an entertainment group running an arena.

We're not talking about, you know,
We're not talking about

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there is no funotion that is more uniquely

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We're not talking about something that was

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governmental than housing, inoaroerating and

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done ever without legislation that allowed it

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having people to pay their debts to the State

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to.

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of Tennessee.

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Prison contracting Act, in and of itself, to

It oannot be done without

I think the fact that we have a Private

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legislature, that is that being the Private

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allow CCA to even operate a private prison

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Prison Contracting Act.

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is, in my opinion, incredibly important to

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But this is all set up for us in
our briefs, Your Honor.

We don't have any

the Court's consideration as to whether or

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not it's a governmental agency or acting as a

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additional proof.

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functional equivalent of a governmental

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you want to look through all four faotors,

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agency.

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while no one is dispositive, I think the

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three faotors that Cherokee are really a way

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just argue that if you asked a jail today if

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to analyze the funotion, which is whether or

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CCA wasn't operating a jail that we're asking

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not it is governmental or public.

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for the records from, can we have these

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records, they would have to be produced.

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There is no question about it.

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are exceptions to the publio records and I

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We do feel that there, if

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I don't neoessarily believe there
I believe there is one

With that being said, we would

Now,

there

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are four factors.

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factor that the Court oan oonsider in

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addition to whatever it wants to consider;

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think that's what the Court really has to pay

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three factors, a level of funding,

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attention to because what Cherokee says, if

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of involvement, whether it was oreated by a

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we're not going to let a governmental entity

the level

Vowell & Jenniugs, Inc. (615) 256-1935

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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contract OUt, either intentionally or

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unintentionally, its obligation to produce

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records.

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Welborn here on behalf of CCA.

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argument is pretty set out in our briefs, our

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initial briefs and supplemental briefs, so

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THE COURT:

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Based on all the arguments that

Mr. Welborn.

MR. WELBORN:

Your Honor, Joe
I think our

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we've made, based on all the briefs that

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we've written, which we submitted for your

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I'm not going to go back through those.

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consideration; however, if the Court for some

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think the question is for the Court, and I

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reason, feels that we did not sustain our

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think

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burden of proof because we came up here and

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Mr. Friedmann goes away from this, is the

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we appreciate the Court's candor in talking

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to us.

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functional equivalent.

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tried to put this in a ways for the Court to

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And that's what the question for Cherokee,

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be able to analyze it quickly.

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and that's the question in the Allen versus

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for discovery.

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Day case and our position, Your Honor, is

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unquestionably in this case, first of all,

We have been informal and we have

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We would ask

We admit _. denied our

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question whether CCA, the entity, is the
That's the question.

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governmental, I mean, our pUblic record's

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they have not met their burden and they're

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request and we have made our alternate

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the ones who chose to have the hearing on the
15th, they presented no proof other than the

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request for discovery, because there is no

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actual provisions in the public records'

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exhibits that were offered into evidence,

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that address this, so rather than dismiss it

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unauthenticated exhibits.

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if the Court feels we haven't received our

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the burden, but even beyond that, considering

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burden, which we think we have,

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the evidence that we put in the record, CCA

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unquestionably we would ask for the Court to

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that does ten percent of its business with

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allow US to have certain discovery on the

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state or local agencies in the State of

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Cherokee and Allen factors.

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Tennessee, is not the functional equivalent

Thank you.

They haven't met

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of a state agency.

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Now I just wanted to address one

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the question.

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functional equivalent and they simply have

It's whether the entity is the

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thing that was said just a moment ago.

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not met their burden, cannot meet their

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question was raised by

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burden, we submit, Your Honor, and for that

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Mr. Clarke if you went to a jail and asked

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reason we respectfully submit that their

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for the jail records, you know, there

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request be denied and their petition be

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wouldn't be any question that those would be

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dismissed.

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turned over.

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what he said.

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word.

THE COURT,

I think that was the gist of
That are not asking for jail

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records or inmate files.

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State of Tennessee are public records.

Inmate files in the

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We're

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You have the last

You know, I think lawyers, you've

automatically separated the two major issues

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in the case.

saying we're not the person to get those

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functional equivalent of a governmental

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from.

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agency and then the next step, if the ccA is

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those if there's a way to request and get

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the functional equivalent of CCA is to

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those documents, but that's not what they're

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examine each and every request that's been

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requesting.

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made for specific documents and the burden

The State of Tennessee has to produce

They're asking for litigation

One is whether CCA is the

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files of ours and our litigation department

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then is on CCA to show why those documents

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has nothing to do -- it is completely

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are not public record.

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detached from the State of Tennessee.

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They're not controlled by, not operated, not

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funded by the State of Tennessee.

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what they're asking for.

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That's

Are we agreed that's the way we're
going to do it?
MR. CLARKE,

I believe that's the

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When I argued at the laSt hearing

way Allen v. Day says it, and I think that's

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what public records says, we are dealing with
the functional equivalency question first.

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they're trying to come at this from the

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facility level.

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The facility level is not

THE COURT,

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

Okay.

All right.

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Conrt - Vol. Houorable Clandia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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Lawyers, I did, as I stated earlier read the

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the plaintiff has sought this hearing

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providing at TCA Section 10-7-503.

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briefs in the case.

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research.

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major cases, which are Cherokee and Allen and

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plaintiff contends that CCA is the functional

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we all agree on that and because the Court is

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equivalent of a government agency and

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required to balance factors, not" simply

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consequently CCA is subject to the Open

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take one issue and use that one issue to

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Records Act.

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determine the outcome of this burden that the

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is not managed or operated by the State of

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Tennessee, that it was not formed for the

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I've done independent

I've looked very carefully at the

plaintiff is carrying or must carry.

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go~ng

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I'm

to 'into some detail about what the

As the parties contentions, the

The defendant contends that CCA

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sole purpose of serving Tennessee

factors are, what factors might be out there

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governmental functions.

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that have not been addressed and try to

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these indicia and others show that CCA is the

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delineate for the Court of Appeals because

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not functional equivalent of a Tennessee

The defendant says

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most of these cases do go before the Court 'of

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government agency.

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Appeals as the second act, so the Court can

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that as to the records some of the documents

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understand that analysis and the reasoning

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sought by the plaintiff are attorney work

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that the Court is opining.

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product and/or are otherwise protected by the

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attorney/client privilege and are
confidential.

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The plaintiff seeks to apply the

The defendant contends

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Public Records Act at 10-7-501 to his request

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for records from Corrections Corporation of

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American covering the time period from 2002

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whether CCA is subject to the Open Records

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to 2007.

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Act and if CCA is subject to the act whether

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provide the documents because it takes the

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this entity can carry its burden to show that

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position that it is not a government agency

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the records sought by the plaintiff are not

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and its records are not public records and

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public records.

The defendant has refused to

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The issues to be decided include

And in this regard, in

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regard to this first issue in which the

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jurisdiction to try claims arising under the

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plaintiff has the burden of proof the Court

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Public Records Act at Tennessee Code
Annotated 10-7-503 and 505.

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must decide what are the most critical

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services provided by CCA and are those

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services the functional equivalent of the

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Tennessee at Article I, Section 32 states,

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services that are required of the government

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prisons and prisoners, that the erection of

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to provide to the public.

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safe prisons, the inspection of prisons and

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The Court must also decide at the
end of the day whether pursuant to TCA

The Constitution of the State of

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the humane treatment of prisoners shall be

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provided for.
In 'an action under the Public

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section 10-7-505, the plaintiff is entitled

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to reasonable attorney's fees and cost based

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Records Act to obtain records, the plaintiff

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upon the willful failure of CCA to provide

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has the initial burden of showing that CCA is

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the public records.

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the functional equivalent of government

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agencies and that CCA has the burden of proof
for justification of the non disclosure of

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Now as to the principles of law

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that the parties have mostly agreed will

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apply in this case, the Court will read those

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the records if it is the functional

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into the record.

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equivalent of a government agency.

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are from the party's briefs and they do

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from Allen versus Day at 213 SW 3rd 244.

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accurately express the law in the State of

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Tennessee and others are from the research

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relevant to this determination of whether CCA

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that the Court has done independently of the

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or any private entity in a governmental

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parties.

Some of these statements

And this

Among the nonexhaustive factors

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equipment include, one, the level of

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As to the principles of law, the

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government funding of the entity; two, the

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Tennessee legislature has bestowed upon the

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extent of the government involvement with

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Tennessee courts limited subject matter

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regulation of or control over the entity;

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson Connty Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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whether the entity, that is CCA in this case,
was created by an act of the legislature or
previously determined to be open to public
access by law -- this is from Memphis
Publishing Company versus Cherokee Children
and Family Services.
In the case before the Court all
factors which are considered must be balanced
by the Court. No single factor is
dispositive and this balancing language is
the from Allen versus Day. Records, we know
that records in the hands of public parties
are beyond the reach of the public records
statute. This is from Cliff versus Campbell
159 SW 3rd 565, Tennessee Court of Appeals
2004. But private business and private
businesses not open its records to public
scrutiny merely by doing business with or
performing services on behalf of a state or
municipal government, but the entity must
assume responsibility for providing public
functions to such an extent that it becomes
the functional equivalent of a government
agency. This is from Cherokee 87 SW 3rd 79.
The cornerstone of the analysis is

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whether and to what extent the entity
actually performs a governmental or public
function. We construe -- and this is
Tennessee Supreme Court -- we construe the
Tennessee Public Records Act deliberately in
favor of the fullest possible public access
to the public records. We filed the
Connecticut Supreme Court and interpret
records made overseas in connection with the
transaction of public, of official business
by any government agency to include those
records in the hands of any private entity
which operates as the functional equivalent
of a government agency.
In making this determination we
look to the totality of the circumstance in
each given case and no single fact would be
dispositive. And the Supreme Court goes on
to say that we intend by our holding to
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ensure that the government agency cannot
intentionally or unintentionally avoid its
disclosure obligations under the act by
contractually delegating its responsibilities
to a private entity. We know that the
private entities may be subject to the Public

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Records Act if that the private entity's
relationship with the government is so
3 extensive that the entity serves as a
• functional equivalent of a government agency.
5 We know that the Tennessee Code Annotated
, 41-24-101 in sequence the Private Prison
7 Contracting Act of 1986 was enacted for the
8 purpose of allowing the State or regulating
, the State's contract with private ihdustry
10 which seeks to contract those services with
11 the State of Tennessee or municipality.
We know the TCA 41-24-115 also
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regulations which will govern and regulate
15 the private prison contracting found in the
code. Until
Contracting
" Act of 1986,the Private Prison nor a private
neither the State
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prison services. The State has the statutory
20 duty to monitor, regulate, supervise, and
21 oversee conduct and performance of CCA
22 pursuant to TCA Section 41-24-115.
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If CCA is the functional
2. equivalent of a government agency and unless
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excepted from disclosure under the Public
Records Act, the Court must require
3 disclosure even in the face of serious
• countervailing consideration. This is the
5 language from Allen versus Day. The clear
, language of the act states that if the act is
7 to be broadly construed, so as to give the
8 fullest possible public access to public
, records, and this is language at TCA section
10 10-7-505(0.) While the Public Records Act
11 does not find what constitutes a public
12 record. The Tennessee Supreme Court has held
13 that the proper test is whether the record
was made or received pursuant to law or
15 ordinance or in connection with the
transaction of the official business by any
17 government agency. This is from Griffin
18 versus City of Knoxville 821 SW 2nd 921,
Tennessee Supreme Court 1991.
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Now, as to findings of the fact,
21 the Court finds that the four contracts filed
22 and presented by the plaintiff are not
23 probative of the issue of whether CCA is the
2' equivalent of a government agency and that
2' because, and I'm very aware, that the party
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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008
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CCA does not have its Genesis in
the state legislature. It is a private
3 corporation. It is financed in large part by
• public funds and most of its revenue for its
s functions in Tennessee are public funds from
, Tennessee taxpayers. It is not entitled of
7 government annuity and tort matters as a
8 matter of state Statute.
There's no proof, I believe I'm
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11 record about the makeup of the board and how
12 the board is paid or if the board is paid,
13 but because this is a private corporation the
Court is understanding that the board or
15 private citizens in Tennessee and the board
is not made up of public officers.
CCA does maintain prisons and has
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19 which are a government function. We know
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21 is authorized to enter into a contract with a
22 prison contractor who will provide correction
23 services as defined in the act.
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And here I'm going to look at a
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did not really plan to propose those
contracts, that not much analysis had gone
3 into the exact identity of the contract, and
• respectfully the Court finds that, I believe
5 that's three of the contracts had expired.
, Those are the ones that the Plaintiff had
7 that the plaintiff could propose. Maybe
8 three of the four had expired and one of them
9 I believe was with Hardeman County instead of
10 with the State and we do know that county
11 government is a child of the State, but it is
12 not directly on the point so that the Court
13 can analyze whether certain things in the
contract are going to provide or propose
different factors or help the Court analyze
the factors that Cherokee and Allen versus
17 Day have pointed up. So that's the first
18 finding that the Court makes.
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CCA is a privately owned
20 corporation that was not created by an act of
21 the legislature. The plaintiff is a citizen
22 of Tennessee and pursuant to TCA section
23 10-7-503, the plaintiff made an open records
2. requested by letter dated April 24, 2007 to
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Act. The contracts with CCA must be approved
by the State Building Commission, the
3 Attorney General and Reporter, and the
• Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of
5 Corrections. Proposals for contracts to
, provide correctional services must be
7 reviewed by an oversight committee. Any
8 entity that proposes to provide, such as CCA,
9 that proposed to provide correctional
10 services must prove it's qualifications to
11 run a facility and comply with, correctional
12 standards.
TCA Section 41-24-101 establishes
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performance criteria for contracts, and
15 actually requires the State to establish
16 certain performance criteria. The statutes
17 make provision for the governor to certify a
18 plan in which the State will resume control
19 of the prison when the contract with prison
20 contractors terminate. Certain powers and
21 duties are not delegable to prison
22 contractors. And those authorities and
23 responsibilities which stay with the
2. Commissioner and are not handed to or
25 contracted with a prison contractor are
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developing and implementing procedures for
calculating inmate release and parole
3 eligibility dates; developing and
• implementing procedures for calculating and
s awarding sentence credit; approving inmates
, for furlough and work release; approving type
7 of work inmates may perform and the wages and
8 sentence credit; granting, denying or
9 revoking sentence credit; placing inmates
10 under less restrictive custody or more
11 restrictive custody or changing any
12 disciplinary actions.
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We know that the employees of the
prison contractors, pursuant to 41-24-113 are
15 not deemed state employees. There's certain
grandfather provisions regarding employees
17 who are currently within the prison system,
18 employed by the prison system, when prison
19 contractors take over prison maintenance and
20 prison management. We know that CCA
21 employees are authorized to use deadly
22 weapons and that they must -- "they", that is
23 the employees who use deadly weapons, must
2. meet the standards of national and state
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standards.
As for the analysis, thatis the
3 application of the law to the facts and
• balancing the factors that are present in
s this case in attorney general opinion 0864
6 the attorney general stated that the Airport
7 Authority is a public agency for purposes of
8 the Records Act. The Attorney General also
, applied the functional equivalent standards
10 in Memphis Publishing Company and Cherokee
11 Children and Family Services in analyzing the
12 Airport Authority and found, relied upon TCA
13 Section 42-3-115, which states that all land
and other property used or acquired by the
15 Airport Authority are declared to be inquired
16 and used for public and governmental purposes
17 and as a matter of public necessity, and as a
18 side as not nearly the force of the statute
19 the Attorney General also applied Memphis
20 Publishing to the facts in the Airport
21 Authority case, or in the Airport Authority
22 situation, and found that the Airport
23 Authority is the functional equivalent of a
2. government agency, but based primarily upon
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And in applying the law of the
facts the Court finds that CCA is the
3 functional equivalent of a government agency
• based first and foremost on the fact that the
s Tennessee Constitution makes the maintenance
6 of the prisons and the keeping of the
7 prisoners a government function and CCA, as a
8 threshold matter for the Court to decide, CCA
, has been assigned those functions certainly
10 on a temporary basis, but it has been
11 assigned those functions. CCA does receive
12 its funding mostly from public funding and
13 here I'm talking about the functions that
take place in Tennessee are funded by
15 Tennessee taxpayers.
16
Government involvement is, it's
17 difficult to compare government involvement
18 in this matter with government involvement
19 with other agencies that have been found to
20 be the functional equivalent of a government
21 agency, because the facts in this prison case
22 are so different from the Airport Authority
23 facts or the facts which arose in Cherokee.
2. The Court has distinguished, earlier
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case because in Cherokee the Attorney General
state government was insisting upon viewing
3 Cherokee as a government agency, as the
• functional equivalent of a government agency,
s and here we have a private citizen litigating
6 the issue of whether CCA is a government -- a
7 functional equivalent of a government agency
8 and then we have CCA which is a private
, agency objecting to the characterization of
10 its activities and its duties as anything
11 akin to the functional equivalent of a
12 governmental agency.
13
The Court balances the factors as
follows: The statutory scheme at 41-24-1 01
15 does require that the State of Tennessee
16 provide a liaison at the prisons to confer
17 with CCA and that person is an employee of
18 the prison system and that person's function
appears to be as much a monitor as other any
20 other characterization you can give that
21 person. Government involvement in the issue
22 of both the custody of the prisoners, how
23 long they're going to be there, calculating
2. and awarding all of the release and
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which services CCA will provide, indicate
that the State and CCA are so intertwined as
3 to require the Court to decide for purposes
• of the Public Records Act, given the fact
s that the Public Records Act says it must be
6 construed liberally and wherever possible to
7 make public record, make records which
8 probably are public, to make sure they are
, made public and so for purposes of the Public
10 Records Act the Court finds that the fact
11 that prisons have always been in the State of
12 Tennessee a government function to be, as a
13 threshold issue, to be so far on the side of
14 the plaintiff that all of the factors, the
15 level of government functioning, the extent
16 of government involvement with, regulation
17 over or control over CCA, whether CCA was
18 created by an act of the legislature -- we
19 know it wasn't -- it has not been previously
20 determined to be open to public access by law
21 in the State of Tennessee, but the threshold
22 issue which is whether the services that are
23 provided by CCA to state government and to
2' the public are a public function is such a
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case, it's not talking about airplane flying,
it's not talking about any other things that
3 are government functions, but that are not so
• essential to the safety of the public or the
5 citizens of Tennessee, I find that that
6 threshold question creates an environment in
7 which the factors must be balanced in favor
B of finding that CCA is a functional
, equivalent of an agency; therefore, because
10 CCA is the functional equivalent of a public
11 Tennessee agency for purposes of the Public
12 Records Act, its records are public records,
13 to the extent requested public records are in
the custody -- to the extent that the
15 requested public records are in the custody
16 or control of CCA, CCA is required to make
17 those records available for inspection during
normal business hours and may not avoid its
19 obligations under the Public Records Act by
20 directing the citizens to another
21 governmental agency that may also have copies
22 of the requested records.
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CCA must make records immediately
2. available for inspection regardless of the
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requested unless the records are confidential
or privileged. In all cases where any person
3 has the right to inspect such public records,
• such person shall have the right to take
5 extracts or makes copies thereof and to make
6 photographs or photostats of the same, while
7 such records are in possession, custody and
, control of CCA. The custodian of CCA's
9 records may enforce reasonable rules
10 governing the making of such copies,
11 photostats or photographs. If requested,
12 copies must be provided. The custodian may
13 require a charge or fee per copy that will
cover the cost of producing such copies.
15
And here the Court was persuaded
16 to use the language in Tennessee Opinion
17 Allorney General number 0864 because it
tracks the language of the statute, but makes
19 it a lillie more understandable, and having
20 ruled that CCA is the functional equivalent
21 of a governmental agency, we need now to
22 address the issue of which of these documents
23 that the plaintiff is seeking are
2. confidential or not, fall within the
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MR. WELBORN: Your Honor, I'm
going to address the Court briefly and if I
3 can turn it over to Mr. Callen because he is
• going to address the issues we raised. I
5 just need, I wanted to ask the Court some
6 questions about clarification on your ruling.
7 And I think, I think, I understand this. We
, have in the State of Tennessee contracts with
9 federal government and other states where we
10 house inmates in the State of Tennessee from
11 other states. I assume your ruling is not
12 that we're the functional equivalent of a
13 Tennessee agency for those purposes, for
those contracts in those documents, but it's
15 the question I've got for the Court.
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THE COURT: Okay. Now tell me
17 some more. Give me some example of what you
mean.
MR. WELBORN: For example, our
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20 West Tennessee Detention Facility has nothing
21 to do with the State of Tennessee. It has a
22 contract with the federal government, the
23 Bureau of Prisons, it's either the Bureau of
Prisons or US Marshal's office and it also, I
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from other states and those are pursuant to
contracts with other states or the federal
3 government and that is not pursuant to any
• statute in Tennessee.
THE COURT: That prison not -- the
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6 land and the prisons are not owned by the
7 State of Tennessee.
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MR. WELBORN: West Tennessee
9 Detention Facility is not.
Another example is our Whiteville
10
11 facility. Even though currently it has, I
12 believe, Tennessee inmates, through 2002
13 Wisconsin inmates were housed in that
1. facility pursuant to a contract with the
15 State of Wisconsin and it had nothing, again,
16 to do with the State of Tennessee's pursuant
17 contract. We even cited I think Your Honor,
in our reply a case that states that there's
19 no authorization in Tennessee, there's no
20 prohibition, there's no authorization in
21 Tennessee by statute to allow that to happen
22 and the Court there says it's okay, but it's
23 not pursuant to any State statute, so those
2. are two facilities.
I think in our Silverdale facility
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Detention Facility?
THE COURT: Detention facility.
MR. WELBORN: There's Shelby
3
• Training Center and Shelby Training Center,
5 Your Honor, I think has some local or some
6 juveniles from the State of Tennessee, but it
7 also has federal inmates, and then Silverdale
8 Detention Facility in Chattanooga.
MR. CLARKE: Thank you, Your
10 Honor. With respect to the federal prisons,
I I that's clearly covered by the FOL There's a
12 federal only records request that allows you
13 to get records and documents from federal
prisons, so I don't think even our request
15 asks for those.
16
The Whiteville, Shelby County
17 having to deal with prisoners, things like
18 that, those ones -- we think, you know, the
15 Court's ruling as of their functional
20 equivalent of a governmental entity, at this
21 point we're now in a different aspect of
22 where we are. Once they are, if they are,
23 we've been operating prisons and everything
2. they do when they're operating a prison for
25 the State the Tennessee, for a state or local

we have federal inmates at that facility as
well. I think we also have Tennessee
3 inmates. I take that back. I think there
• are local inmates in that facility pursuant
5 to a contract with county government. And,
6 but there are some federal inmates there
7 pursuant to contract. It's either going to
8 be with the US Marshal's Office, Bureau of
, Prisons or Office of Customs and Immigration
10 Enforcement.
So those contracts have nothing to
II
12 do with the State of Tennessee. They are
13 separate and apart. I just need some
clarification from the Court on if we're the
15 functional equivalent of a Tennessee agency,
16 is that with respect to the contracts in
17 Tennessee with either the State of Tennessee
18 or Tennessee local governments, which is my
assumption.
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THE COURT: Well, let's hear what
21 the plaintiff has to say about the, we're
22 talking now about the west Tennessee facility
23 at -- would you tell me the name of that
2' again?
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municipality or entity is subject to the
Tennessee Public Records Act.
Federal stuff is different because
3
• there is federal laws that allow them to
5 contract and allow them to be involved in
6 that and there is a federal Freedom of
7 Information Act, you know, the FOI Act. But
8 with respect to the Tennessee State stuff,
, the state property, anything that's in the
10 -State, pursuant to their operations of that
I I facility, pursuant to the contract with the
12 State, we don't care who they're housing
13 there or the function that it's serving, and
having that prison allow them to do it, the
15 State's got to allow the people that house
16 prisoners there from Wisconsin if they want
17 to. That's got to be something that comes
18 from the State, but if we made a distinction
between the federal and the state facilities,
20 we think we're entitled to everything within
21 the state facilities regardless of what
22 contract it is because they're not allowed to
23 be there except for the contract with the
2. State of Tennessee.
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fourth tier of equivalency, and I think we
are kind of falling back into an argument now
3 which I think the Court has made the
• determination, I think wisely, in looking at
5 what are they doing. They're doing this,
6 this is their constitutional duty and
7 obligation and you have found that. Now
8 we're not going to be able to split the hairs
, as we go down the road, but the federal stuff
10 is different, Your Honor. We would look at
I I that and also I would actually think our
12 records request is confined to the Tennessee
13 state stuff if you look at Exhibit A to our
14 petition. I don't think it covers the
15 federal prison and, again, at this point now,
16 now we survived our burden, with all due
17 respect to Mr. Welborn's argument here, I
18 don't know how to take it who houses what and
what contract according to what the issues
20 he's saying Wisconsin prisoners were here
21 pursuant -- for 2002. At this point, you
22 know, with raising of the burdens I don't
23 think he has sustained any type of burden
2. whatsoever. There's no proof whatsoever as
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Act.
THE COURT: All right. And let's
3 get to the plaintiffs letter because I think
• that's where we are.
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MR. CALLEN: Okay. Yes, Your
e Honor. And if I can just begin with that,
7 there are specifically two categories of
8 documents that are included within the
, documents requested by Mr. Friedmann in his
10 letter that CCA contends they are exempt from
11 disclosure in the Public Records Act, even
12 with this Court's ruling today that CRA is
13 the functional equivalent of a state agency.
14 And these two categories include CCA's
15 litigation tracking database which is
protected by
" also includesthe attorney work product and
17
privileged communications and
18 also a confidential settlement agreement
19 that's under seal by court order.
20
Mr. Friedmann's records request
21 includes request for, one, all spreadsheet
22 summaries where similar databases of all
23 litigation involving CCA in Tennessee that
2. .resulted in payment of damages or fees from
25 2002 to the present, and that's payment or

THE COURT: All right. Now, Mr.
Welborn, I hear your question. You have a
3 stipulation about the federal owned and
4 operated-MR. WELBORN: And we-5
THE COURT: Just a minute. And
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7 the operated entities, you don't have a
8 stipulation about anything else. And I don't
, think I can help you with that question. I
10 don't think I have enough of a record here to
11 answer your question except to say that as
12 for the Public Records Act I found that CCA
13 is the functional equivalent of a state
agency and that is about the best I can do.
MR. WELBORN: I think that answers
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my question that I have to produce when the
" time comes, documents related to our state
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18 activities. That's the only purpose of my
question. We own three of these facilities
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20 that I'm talking about, so I think that
21 answers my question.
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damages of fees that were greater than $500
2 and also all settlement agreements,
3 regardless of whether those agreements are
• under seal, in suits filed in Tennessee from
5 2002 to the present in which CCA ultimately
s paid over $500 in damages or fees to the
7 plaintiff.
Now in this briefing Mr. Friedmann
8
, does not dispute that records protected by
10 the attorney work product offering or
11 attorney/client privilege are not subject to
12 disclosure nor does he appear to take issue
13 with the general proposition that settlement
" agreements under seal by court order are not
15 subject to disclosure.
Tennessee's Public Records Act
17 grants citizens the right to inspect state,
18 county and municipal records unless those
19 records are, quote, otherwise provided by
20 state law, close quote. That's from TCA
21 Section 10-7-503, and the key, Your Honor, in
22 that quote is the phrase, unless quote,
23 otherwise provided by state law.
Courts have interpreted this
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work product and the privilege are exempt
from the disclosure and in our opening brief
3 we cited to the Court a number of cases that
• stand for that proposition.
5
Courts have also interpreted the
s same phrase to mean that settlement
7 agreements under seal by court order are also
8 exempt from disclosure and, again, in our
, opening brief we cited a number of cases that
10 have held that. Beginning first with CCA's
11 litigation tracking database, we believe as
12 outlined in our opening brief that that
13 database clearly qualifies for work product
protection. Tennessee's work product
15 doctrine is embodied in Tennessee Rule of
16 Civil Procedure 26.023 which protects any
17 documents prepared in anticipation of
18 litigation by or for the attorney.
19
We believe that that standard is
20 satisfied here and so attached to the opening
21 brief and now accepted by the Court today as
22 an exhibit. CCA's deputy counsel, Steve
23 Groom, testified in his affidavit that CCA's
2. litigation database was created and is
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anticipation of litigation against the
company.
3What that database contains is, it
4 contains lists of lawsuits filed against CCA;
5 it identifies the outcomes of that
6 litigation; contains attorney/client
7 priVileged communications from CCA as the
a client, as well as communication from outside
9 counsel; contains attorney analysis of cases,
10 exposure and loss for analysis, theory,
11 strategy and attorney thought process.
12
Now what that database has been
13 used for, it is used by CCA's attorney to
14 manage, defend, analyze the assess risk and
15 pending and future litigation. CCA's
16 attorneys specifically use the database to
17 assess risk in CCA's position and pending and
18 future litigation while identifying potential
19 settlement amount in light of that offered in
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20 similar suits.
21
And not only this database
22 protected by the attorney work doctrine, but
23 it's also protected by the attorney/client
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communications, communications back and the
forth between CCA and its attorneys. For
3 example, the database contains the
4 confidential settlement amounts which
5 communicated to CCA's in-house attorney
6 through their employment and, therefore, is
7 covered by the attorney/client privilege.
Now Mr. Friedmann responds in his
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9 briefing, the only response that I'm aware of
10 in his briefing, to this assertion of
11 protection for the database by work for work
12 product, attorney work doctrine,
13 attorney/client privilege is to argue that
14 CCA hasn't been specific enough in its
15 identification of this database.
16
Well, the standards that CCA must
17 satisfy in assertion of work product
18 protection and attorney/client privilege is
19 found in Tennessee Rules of Civil Procedure
20 26.025. That rule provides that the party
21 asserting privilege for work product
22 protection, quote, shall describe the nature
23- of the document, communications or things not
24 produced or disclosed in a manner that,
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privileged or protected will enable the other
parties to assess the applicability of the
3 privileged protection, close quote.
4
That standard, Your Honor, we
5 submit is clearly satisfied here by CCA and
6 by the affidavit submitted by deputy general
7 counsel Steve Groom. In Mr. Groom's
s affidavit CCA has identified each element
9 that is contained in the database who has
10 created the database and then what that
11 database is used for.
12
In short, CCA has done everything
13 short of producing a sample database itself
14 which, of course, under rule 26.025, it's not
15 required to do.
16
MR CLARKE: May I respond to
17 that?
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THE COURT: Well, wait.
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MR. CALLEN: I was going to move
20 to discuss the settlement agreement unless
21 Your Honor has specific questions about the
22 litigation tracking database that you would
23- like me to address.
THE COURT: No, I'm just trying to
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to define -- to provide first the definition
of the standard for work product protection
and then it was our stance that it also
defines what CCA is required to do in terms
of asserting that rule and, excuse me, in
terms of asserting that protection under the
work product doctrine, what type of showing
CCA required to make.
Mr. Friedmann, in his briefing,
suggested that CCA needed to submit a
privileged log or something along those
sorts. In our briefing as well as in Deputy
General Counsel Steve Groom's affidavit, CCA
went far beyond what was privileged. We
identified who created this database, each
element of what is contained in the database
and what that data is used for.
THE COURT: Well, I know that that
database is something that CCA counsel is
very concerned about. I understand that, but
I wanted to ask first about number one in the
letter Which says, I am requesting the last
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lawsuit claim and other legal action filed
against on Corrections Corporation
3 originating in the State of Tennessee.
Now $500 or more in damages, you
5 may not be able to -- that's a lot of work
s for somebody to go through and find a number
7 500, but what about the complaints or amended
8 complaints?
MR. CALLEN: Your Honor-THE COURT: Are those -- do you
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11 keep them stored or do you just keep the
12 information about the lawsuit?
MR. CALLEN: Your Honor, it's my
13
understanding that the, almost the entirety
1.
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stored, but I can't guarantee that, but it's
17 almost all stored either in offsite storage
18 facilities or with CCA's counsel and we would
,
" have to go through and determine whether or
20 not all these materials dating back to 2002
21 in fact still exist and are still in CCA's
22 possession. Some of those complaints may
23 still be there, may likely to be still there,
24 some of them may not. Obviously, as Your
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from every case in which CCA ever paid more
than $500, that could potentially be a large
3 spectrum of cases and I can't, standing here
• today, guarantee that every single one of
5 those complaints have been saved throughout
e the five years period or six years, I guess,
7 dating back to 2002 of what Mr. Friedmann is
8 seeking.
THE COURT: Well, it might be, I
10 don't know if the plaintiff here, I'm going
11 to ask the plaintiff, what you really want.
12 I know you'd like to have a copy of the
13 complaint. What you really want I'm
understanding is probably to know what are
15 the cases. Would that be right?
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MR. CLARKE: I mean, to get back,
17 what we want, what my client wants and I
18 submit to the Court with all due respect and
I hope this doesn't come out wrong, what my
20 client wants any public record for is
21 immaterial and it's relevant. I could go in
22 and talk about what I think my client wants
23 to do, but you know what, I never asked him,
2. because I really don't care. He runs a
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organization that tries to settle cases in
secrecy. I think he wants to know, I think
3 that he's entitled to know the types of
• complaints that are filed. For him that
5 reaches a certain threshold or benchmark.
e The problem I'm having right now is to
7 show -- and now we're past my burden and with
8 all due respect to my wonderful opposing
, counsel here 26.05 requires a privileged law
10 and they have not produced it and according
11 to Rutter D. Wells, they cannot come in here
12 and say, I got this general claim of
13 privilege. And I'm sitting here trying to be
as respectful to the situation -THE COURT: Well, hold on one
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second. One reason I'm asking about the
17 complaints and the amended complaints in each
18 and every lawsuit is because none of that can
be privileged.
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MR.
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22 of those papers, and so let's get back to
23 this side of the table and just say, you
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them you have to bring them forward and let
the plaintiff inspect them.
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MR. CALLEN: That's correct. To
• the extent that we have those complaints,
5 Your Honor, we do have to follow the Court's
e ruling that we do have to, of course, as you
7 also held that we are able to set specific
8 rules for copying costs and to the extent
, that Mr. Friedmann wants to copy any of those
10 complaints. I wasn't and I didn't want to
11 confuse the Court, I wasn't specifically
12 addressing those complaints. I was
13 specifically addressing the litigation
database. It is likely to run through each
15 one of the requests.
THE COURT: I think that would be
17 the most efficient way to move forward.
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MR. CALLEN: Beginning with the-we discussed the complaints, Your Honor,
" which is the first request. The second
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21 request was for verdict form releases, claim
22 payment forms and settlement agreements.
23 I'll specifically come back to and address
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that those aren't drafts protected by
attorney work product doctrine, I believe we
3 would be required to produce those.
All Tennessee state has a third
s request that Tennessee state, county and
6 rnunicipal government reports, audits,
7 investigations or similar reports issued from
• 2002 to the present, which found that CCA did
, not comply with its contractual obligations.
10 You know, those documents as we pointed out
11 in our initial response letter are available
12 from other public agencies, but of course now
13 the Court has found CCA to be the functional
equivalent we would not contend that those
" documents are not SUbjectto disclosure by
16 CCA.
All Tennessee court rulings
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issuing injunctive or declared to a jUdgment
from 2002 to
" to get CCAsay that those the present, again, I
20 would just
are available from
21 court files. Of course, since we are again
22 held to be the functional equivalent we will
23 produce those to the extent that we have
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The next request is for the all
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that resulted in payment of damages or fees
from 2002 to the present. That's what I have
just been addressing. In respect to Mr.
Clarke's point that we can't assert a general
claim of privilege. I don't think that's at
all what we're doing. We specifically
described the database that we believe fits
within in this request and would be
responsive to this request, but that we
contend is protected by the attorney work
product and privilege for all the reasons
outlined. It's not a specific general
assertion privilege for work product
protection that CCA has named. We
specifically identified the document. We
stated exactly the elements of each element
of what's contained in that document, who
creates if and what it's used for and we've
done that through sworn testimony and
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spreadsheet or some sort of database showing
all litigation against CCA including
Tennessee, which resulted in the payment of
money damages. Now, I'm assuming that you
can make prints of screens. I'm assuming
that you can make a print of a screen that
summarizes the actual names of the cases.
MR. CALLEN: It summarizes the
names of the cases, to create a separate -are you asking, Your Honor, I just want to
make sure I understand, are you asking can we
create a separate document from what our
litigation tracking database is using
information that's contained in the database?
THE COURT: You're telling me that
some of this information is privileged and
I'm saying it's certainly not all priVileged,
so I'm trying to get a handle on what the
database looks like. Ultimately, I may have
to look at it myself, but I'd rather not, but
I'm trying to figure out what it looks like
and whether there are spreadsheets, summaries

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the litigation that concluded which maybe you
have a column that shows what the money
damages were. Maybe you have that or maybe
you don't, but I'm trying to get a feel for
what that looks like.
MR. CALLEN: To address that, Your
Honor, I will say that my contention isn't
that all of the information in the database
is privileged. There is privileged
information, but more broadly the entire
database is attorney work product that's
created in anticipation of litigation. The
only reason that database is created is for
CCA attorneys to be able to manage their
current litigation and that they've prepared
in anticipation of future litigation so that
CCA can assess its risk going forward.
The database, I think to get to
Your Honor's point, it's my understanding
that it does contain a list of cases. It
doesn't contain outcomes from the cases. If
a verdict was entered, the amount of the
verdict, if a settlement was entered into,

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the amount of the settlement or if the case
was dismissed, it might indicate that as
3 well. Going even more beyond that as it's
4 created and as that information is put in,
5 also put into the database are attorney
, thought processes, what their assessment of
7 their case, how this case might impact other
8 currently pending or future litigations that
9 CCA might enter into, so there's a wealth of
10 information that is entered into this
11 database that goes beyond I think what Your
12 Honor is getting at.
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THE COURT: I think it goes beyond
14 what he is requesting too. He's requesting
15 spreadsheets and databases that show all
" cases or claims involving prison property or
17 litigation' concluding against CCA, so I don't
18 think he's looking for anything that you
19 described that you're concerned about.
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MR. CALLEN: Your Honor, just to
21 circle back, that isn't all of our database.
22 Our database contains all of this
23 information. I think -- are you suggesting
24 that what he's looking for is something that
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THE COURT: Maybe you would need
to. I don't know what the prints of your
screens would look like, so I'm trying to get
a feel for that.
MR. CALLEN: My understanding is
that a print from the screen could include
the types of privileged information that I'm
talking about.
THE COURT: Do you know that?
MR. CALLEN: I think -- I believe
that it can, yes, your Honor. And as far as
just again to circle back, whether or not it
would even include the privileged and
confidential communication, once again, that
information is being created, the database
itself is being created by CCA's attorney and
is being created for the purposes of
litigation and anticipation of litigation and
impending litigation, so we would contend
that the whole database itself is protected
attorney work product.
THE COURT: Well, we get to, when
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number six.
MR. CALLEN: All contracts between
3 CCA and Tennessee related agencies and
4 entities from 2002 to the present, CCA is
5 contending today that those should not be
, subject for disclosure or exempt from the
7 disclose act.
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THE COURT: Okay. Just one
9 second. You're saying in number six they are
10 exempt or are not?
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MR. CALLEN: No. Are not. Not
12 exempt.
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THE COURT: Okay.
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MR. CALLEN: Not exempt from the
15 act.
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THE COURT: That's what I thought.
17 Okay.
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Now, going back and looking at
19 number one, I'll ask the plaintiff to
20 respond.
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MR. CALLEN: And Your Honor, I'm
22 sorry, before I sit down I just want to make
23 sure I didn't make any argument concerning
24 settlement agreements if you want to hear
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litigation that's fine. I just wanted to
make sure if you wanted to hear from CCA's
3 position regarding why a settlement should be
4 exempt, a settlement agreement under seal by
5 court order should be exempt from disclosure
s I'm happy to address that now.
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THE COURT: Not right now. Thank
, you.
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MR. CLARKE: Thank you, Your
10 Honor. In going through the list just to
11 make sure I understand, we don't contend that
12 anything that is true attorney work product
13 or true attorney/client privilege is subject
14 to production under the Open Records Act. We
15 will cite to you Rudder v. Wells that says
16 they can't just say that it is this thing, I
17 don't have my rules, but I saw
18 Mr. Welborn with the rules, if I could borrow
19 this. Under Rule 26.05 I believe it is,
20 "when a party withholds information otherwise
21 discoverable under the rules by claiming it
22 is protected as trial preparation or any
23 other materials or any other privileges,
24 shall give a law."
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to the Court, and show cause hearing and come
up and say well, I think, you know, it's
this, it's this. My guy says it was made in
anticipation of litigation that applies to
all documents. That's wrong. You have to
have the date, the time, what it was for,
description so we can evaluate the privilege.
We don't have any of that here.
Let me just kind of get to the
meat of the coconut. With respect to the
complaints and anything over $500, we're
trying to just get copies of complaints where
there was a monetary payment. I don't think
they've argued or I must have misunderstood
if they did, Mr. Callen argued that we are
not entitled to these things. We want to
inspect everything first, Your Honor, and
then make sure if we want to copy it we
decide if we want to pay to copy it.
Verdict forms, releases, claimant
forms, these are not attorney/client -verdict forms, releases, you know, anything
that deals with any kind of release is black
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confidential. Only the legislature can make
an agreement settlement confidential. I've
cited in my brief beyond argument that they
can do this. Swift v. Campbell even says a
settlement agreement made confidential by the
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is the not
exempt from the Public Records Act.
We have to look at state law,
interpret state law. Nothing in federal law
applies to exempt us from the Tennessee
Public Records Act. Swift v. Campbell says,
"we decline to hold the rules governing in
proceedings in federal court for the
Tennessee public records statute, so when you
get into -- when you look at a settlement
agreement, the extent this is the covered by
it, they don't have the right as the
functional equivalent of a governmental
entity to enter into those agreements.
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the case if I need to, but I don't think I
have to. They are in my brief. I think with
respect to paragraph one, paragraph two we
get everything. With respect to paragraph
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they said we're titled to get them with
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declaratory judqments I think they said we're
entitled to get them.
With respect to these
spreadsheets, let me point out to the Court,
under the Public Records Act it expressly
says you cannot refuse to produce something
just because it contains confidential
information. A perfect example is a law
enforcement officer's personnel file. If I
want to get it I make a request, I go down to
Nashville, I go down to the City of Memphis,
they give me the record, but they have to
redact Social Security numbers, they have to
redact -- the Court is looking for a cite, I
believe it's 10-7-504. So when you have a
document, you know, a personnel file is, when
it comes up most of the time you have
somebody's home address, telephone number,
Social Security number. Now they can't, if
the fact that the document contains
confidential information, we wouldn't be able
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the litigation database spreadsheet is
confidential they can scratch through it;
however, I would submit this to the Court and
while this is not my burden it is my belief
and my understanding based on my information
from my client, that CCA creates these
databases like I'm holding here, Your Honor,
and they submit them with bid proposals, and
this contains absolutely no confidential
information. Facility, matter, nature of
action, date opened, incident date, outcome,
date of occurrence. There is not one iota of
confidential information in this litigation
spreadsheet.
Now, they may be talking about
something different, something broader,
something that encompasses more. I don't
know. I don't have a privilege law. I have
somebody saying we obtain things in
anticipation of litigation. I'm going to say
that my client has produced this to me as a
contract bid proposal as an attachment to
Dickson County, Dickson County, Tennessee,
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Tennessee Public Records Act. That's Swift
v. Campbell at page 577.
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So we don't have any kind of
• preemption there. It's cited in my response
5 filed on July 11th on page 12, but I don't
6 know what they're talking about, the
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THE COURT: All right.
MR. CLARKE: I would be happy to
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THE COURT: Is there anything else
you like to say? You have the burden so you
15 have the last word.
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MR. CALLEN: Your Honor.
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THE COURT: All right. I've got a
18 paper proposed here that says settlement
19 report from 1/1 through 12/31/03. This is
20 provided to educate the Court about what
21 might be possible and about -- to give the
22 Court an idea of what it is that the
23 plaintiff thinks is there that he should be
2. able to inspect, so I'm going to mark that as
25 the next numbered exhibit, Number 6.

waived. Now again, with respect to this the
aspect of the hearing, I have not seen
3 anything that can even allow the Court to
• properly evaluate the privilege. The only
5 thing I will agree to is if there is, as the
6 case law has said, it has determined
7 attorney/client privilege stuff, is not
8 subject to protection. You have to evaluate
9 the particular information. Work product is
10 not.
I would say the biggest point that
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12 I think we're going to have an argument about
13 is confidential settlement, make confidential
settlements. If there is no court order
15 there is absolutely no basis for their not
16 being produced. That's number one.
Number two, if there is an order
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19 Tennessee versus Adams, Rule 31 confidential
2. settlement, based on our Supreme Court
21 arbitration Rule 31. That is subject to
22 disclosure. I would have to see the actual
23 rule of civil procedure by which the Court
2. actually closed it. I would say this: A
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MR. CALLEN: And Your Honor, just
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5 that it is our burden here today to assert
6 and show that certain documents are protected
7 by attorney work product or are privileged.
8 I dispute though, I think Mr. Clarke was
9 making a suggestion that these documents
10 that, you know, we had seen and don't know
11 for sure where they exactly came from, they
12 haven't been offered through testimony, the
13 extent that he's arguing that those
waiver
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product
16 protection, I would dispute that it is our
17 burden to show that we haven't waived work
18 product or attorney/client privilege through
19 those documents that have been submitted, but
2. what I want to circle back to is the specific
21 request that Mr. Friedmann has made.
His request for litigation
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23 spreadsheets or summaries or similar database
2. tracking litigation is not limited and I'll
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all spreadsheets, summaries or similar
3 databases showing all litigations including
• against CCA in Tennessee which resulted in
5 payment of money damages, settlements,
6 sanctions, claims and/or attorney fees from
7 January 1st, 2002 through and including the
8 date of this letter regardless of whether CGA
9 contends that the payment of money damages
are work confidential. Said documents should
11 include the names of the parties, name and
12 location of the court, case and claim number,
13 the amount paid and the types of claims. All
cases or claims involving prisoner property
15 damage or lost property shall be excluded
16 from these records," close quote.
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Just to go back to the first
18 sentence or first phrase, "I'm requesting all
19 spreadsheets, summaries or on the similar
2. databases" and with the large scope of this
21 request the database that litigation database
22 that I've described to you today, Your Honor,
23 would clearly fit within his request and that
2. is why GGA is arguing that that database
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agreements. And what the type of settlement
agreement that CCA contends are not subject
3 to disclosure by settlement agreements that
• are under seal by court order. And I want to
s make that distinction clear to the Court
, because what's important here is that CCA
7 doesn't want to end up in the crosswise
8 position of being forced to choose which
9 Court's order to comply with. If the Court
10 were to order CCA to produce documents that
11 are under seal and that has been ordered by a
12 federal or state court not to produce, then
13 CCA is going to be in a particularly
difficult position. CCA would be forced to
choose which Court's order to comply with and
I do not think that that is required under
" the Tennessee Public Records Act.
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First, to begin with, there are
19 settlement agreements that CCA has entered
20 into that are under seal by state court
21 order. We contend that those settlement
22 agreements are not subject to disclosure
23 under Tennessee's Public Records Act. We
2. cited several cases in our opening brief that
25 say that court order -- court orders under

would fit within the scope of his request and
we contend for all the reasons that we put
3 forward and particularly that are set forth
• in Mr. Groom's affidavit that that database
s is protected attorney work product and it
, also contains privileged communication. And
7 because of the attorney work product, Your
8 Honor, it's not as a simple a task as to
9 simply excise certain information that is
10 deemed privileged or confidential. The whole
11 database itself is protected because it's
12 attorney work product. It's created by CCA's
13 attorney and maintained by CCA's attorney
during impending litigation and the
anticipation of future litigation, so the
" whole database itself is protected attorney
" work product and disclosure shouldn't be
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19 information that could or could not be
20 considered confidential or privileged because
21 the whole database itself is protected work
22 product.
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seal or settlement agreements trump the
requirements of the Tennessee's Public
3 Records Act.
The second type of settlement
s agreements are settlement agreements that CCA
, has entered into under seal and that are
7 under seal by federal court order and Mr.
8 Clarke has argued that those particular
9 settlement agreements that are under seal by
10 federal court order are subject to disclosure
11 and we dispute that. There are two reasons
12 that those settlement agreements under seal
13 by federal court order are exempt from
disclosure under the Public Records Act.
First,
orders
" entered federal courtthe Federal Rules of
pursuant to
17 Civil Procedure 26(C) enter into those
18 settlement agreements under seal, those
19 orders combine the Federal Rules of Civil
20 Procedure 26(C) preempt Tennessee's Public
21 Records Act requirement.
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23 state courts based on the case law that we
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reverse a federal court order requiring us to
keep those documents under seal and
3 confidential.
I'll begin with the preemption
s issue first. When CCA entered into a
, settlement agreement and the federal court
7 entered that order under seal it does so
8 pursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
9 26(C) which broadly grants federal courts the
10 authority to enter protective orders
11 requiring the filing of documents under seal
12 and thereby ensuring their confidentiality.
13 When a federal court enters an argument to
CCA requiring CCA and the other party in the
litigation to
" confidential,keep a settlement agreement
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The ruling in Swift versus
19 Campbell is not inconsistent with this
20 analysis. As Mr. Clarke suggested to the
21 contrary, that case did not involve a
22 settlement agreement. What was going in that
23 case, Your Honor, was the Court was faced
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trump the requirements of the Public Records
Act. That case, Your Honor, involved a
3 request from a federal public defender to a
• state assistant attorney district general for
5 that state assistant district attorney
, general litigation and investigation file for
7 the federal public defender's client. This
8 was occurring within the context of a pending
, federal writ of habeas corpus petition. It
10 was pending in the district court. Instead
11 of using normal mechanisms of discovery in
12 federal case, the federal public defender
13 submitted a Public Records Act request to the
state district attorney general for his
15 litigation file. In response to that request
the state assistant district attorney general
17 made .several arguments. First, he argued
18 that his files were protected by attorney
work product and privilege.
Next, he argued that even if
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22 protection didn't apply, the Federal Rules of
23 Civil Procedure where the avenue that the
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request. So that was the specific issue that
the Court in Swift versus Campbell was
3 dealing with and what the Court ultimately
• said in dicta because they initially held
5 that large aspect of that file, the assistant
, district attorney general's file was
7 protected by work product and privilege and
8 protection, they held that first, that in
, dicta that went on to say well, it's also
10 true that we don't believe that the federal
11 rules somehow uphold or prevent a party from
12 also submitting a request through Tennessee's
13 Public Records Act for those documents.
That's totally not the situation
15 that we're dealing with here. We're dealing
with a federal court orders entered pursuant
17 to a specific Rule of Civil Procedure, Rule
18 26(C) that are requiring CCA to keep these
documents under seal and confidential. Those
20 rules and those, that rule and that order
2l combined together to trump any requirement
22 that CCA would otherwise have under
23 Tennessee's Public Records Act.
The second, even if you put aside,
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to you several federal court of appeals cases
that discussed the danger of a state court
3 stepping in at a later date posthoc, after a
• federal court has already issued an order and
5 then the state court seeking to reverse or
, overturn or otherwise void the federal court
7 order. Those federal courts of appeals cases
8 that we cited made clear that this is not
, something that state court should seek to do
10 and something that state court should avoid.
In particular we cited to you a
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12 Ninth Circuit decision from 2003, JC and KB
13 Investments, Inc. versus Wilson. There the
Ninth Circuit was faced with a situation
15 where a federal district court had issued an
order confirming an arbitration award. A
17 later state court decision ruled that the
18 federal district court lacked jurisdiction
and the arbitration order was void and
20 vacated. The Ninth Circuit held that that
2l later state court order could not trump the
22 earlier federal court order.
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could void a federal court decree nunc pro
tunc, the Ninth Circuit specifically held
3 that, quote, the well-established principle
• is to the contrary for state courts have no
5 power to void federal court decree and the
, federal court may join such impermissible
7 collateral tax on federal judgments, close
8 quote.
Your Honor, again I want to make
10 clear we're talking about two categories of
11 documents the type of settlement agreements
12 that CCA contends are not subject to
13 disclosure; those under seal by state court
order and those under seal by federal court
15 order. CCA obviously wants to avoid the
danger of being forced to choose which
17 Court's order to comply with, because those
18 courts, despite whatever this Court rules
today, those other court orders will still be
20 out there and still be binding on CCA.
If you have no questions, Your
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1 cite, Your Honor, I mean a citation to Swift
, v. Campbell?
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THE COURT: No, I have a copy of
, it Thank you. Anything else on this side
5 of the table?
Okay. What we ought to get done
7 today is to produce an order that clearly
• states the reasoning why the Court has found
9 that CCA is the functional equivalent of a
10 government agency and, too, an order saying
11 exactly what papers the plaintiff has
should be
" requested that the plaintiffOpen Records Act to
13 allowed by law under the
inspect. That's what I'm doing, I'm
" do that right now so everybody can goingifto
see
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l' there's any -- what I want to hear from you
17 afterwards is if there is a fundamental
l' question and you can't figure out what I
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21 done that. You've done a good job with your
aa briefs. I don't really know what else you
23 could tell me that you haven't already told
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So as to the plaintiff's request,
5 this court orders that the plaintiff may
s inspect, and that means that CCA must make
7 available at its offices in Nashville,
• Tennessee to the extent that CCA has these
9 papers anywhere in its custody or under its
10 control, all complaints against CCA in which
11 the complaints originated in Tennessee.
l' Now, the plaintiff appears to be
13 most interested in those where resulted in at
l' least a $500 payment or so in damages,
15 attorney's fees or settlements and rather
l' than subrogating those out, if CCA wants to
17 provide all of them, then I would just put
1. all of them out for the plaintiff to inspect.
If you choose to segregate those
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20 $500 cases from the other complaints and just
21 make those available, that seems to be, that
would satisfy the plaintiff according to his
23 letter and so I think that's just up to CCA,
24 how you have them stored and that sort of
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takes -- take it indoors and the amount of

a time you go through them and figure out which

one are $500 cases and give him all of them.
Number two, the plaintiff may
5 inspect verdict forms, releases, claim
, payment forms, settlement agreements, all
7 settlement agreement whether confidential or
• not, unless there's a court order stating
9 that the agreement is sealed. And in lieu of
10 providing, in that case, in lieu of providing
11 the settlement agreement, then CCA must make
available for inspection the
" the non provided settlementorders that seal
agreement and
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15 or do anything else, I just mean make them
l' available so that the plaintiff can look at
17 them and decide which copies it makes sense
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19 January 1, 2002, so that CCA doesn't have to
20 go through everything it's ever owned, but
21 just from January 1, 2002.
Number three has been conceded.
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24 that it has are and will be public documents
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, sealing then the plaintiff would need to see
5 the sealing order so the plaintiff can be
, assured that the plaintiff has been shown the
7 documents, the public records that he's
• requested to inspect.
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11 is providing the plaintiff in some form that
l' is legible and can be copied, summaries or
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alililigation
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through and including the date of this
19 letter. And that is whether the monies that
20 were paid are subject to the confidentiality
21 agreement. If they're subject to a sealing
provided
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available for inspection.
So here are the issues, it's not
3 Rule 26, it's not the spreadsheet, it's not
• the database, it's making sure that the
, plaintiff has available to the plaintiff to
s inspect the gathering together or the summary
7 in whatever form of all of the litigation
8 concluded against CCA since January 1, 2002.
And then last I believe that the
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10 defendant, CCA, has stated that given the
11 Court's ruling that these final executed
12 contracts and contract renewals between CCA
13 and the State of Tennessee and any county or
14 municipality regarding the ownership,
management or operations of a jail system
from January 1, 2000 through April 3, 2007 be
17 made available for inspection.
18
So I'm really not looking, the
19 plaintiff didn't ask for the lawyer's
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20 thoughts or analysis of anything and so it
21 looks like it can be done in a fairly
22 straightforward way without, hopefully, a lot
23 of pain.
2' So is there anything that either
25 side wants to ask that is not clear?

MR. CLARKE: With respect to when
you said paragraph two, I believe, that
3 they'll produce all the verdicts and releases
• and everything except if they are sealed, but
s if there is a case that there was a verdict
s or settlement that was sealed, they have to
7 produce an order and give us the basis of the
8 sealing. Now does the Court make any
9 distinction between a state order or federal
10 order in that?
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THE COURT: No.
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MR. CLARKE: Okay. So if there's
13 any order, then they produce that order and
if we have any other issues, I guess we will
bring it back to the Court's attention.
THE COURT: And that way the
17 plaintiff can know that he's-not receiving a
18 public record and here's the reason why, so I
19 think maybe that will help.
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MR. CLARKE: And that if the Court
21 has anything else I just want to make sure
22 that the Court was going to make a ruling at
23 this time on attorney's fees. I don't want
2. my silence to be a waiver of a request.
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attorney's fees and I'll hear from CCA.
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MR. CLARKE: Yes, Your Honor. The
• statute says very, very basically that
s somebody who willfully, it's 10-7-505(G) that
s if there is a willful failure to disclose
7 public records that the Court in its
8 discretion may award reasonable attorney's
9 fees. We submit that in this case as this
10 Court found, while CCA made a number of
11 arguments about a lot of things of all the
12 issues with respect to functional equivalency
13 their basic defense to this case was, we're
not the government, and while I duly
appreciate the Court's careful and the
thoughtful analysis of everything, I think
17 when we read this transcript the Court really
18 came back to the fact that this is prison.
19 This is isn't an Airport Authority, this
20 isn't an arena, this isn't an ice hockey
21 rink, this isn't some daycare center. This
22 is a core governmental function, so in
23 determining whether or not the Court should
2. find a willful failure to disclose records, I
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to us. There is no question they don't want
to be found as a governmental -- there's no
3 question in 2002 the Tennessee Supreme Court
• and then in 2005, gave the Court guidance and
, the ability to hold somebody like CCA as a
, private entity as a functional equivalency as
7 a government.
I submit to the Court that despite
8
9 the very fine lawyering by CCA's lawyers,
10 they can't escape the fact that they didn't
11 want to produce this stuff. They didn't have
12 a legitimate legal basis to determine that
13 they should not be subject, based on the case
14 law that was out there.
They have been found in other
cases while they have wrote very extensive
17 and well-written briefs and law review
18 articles, in this case they didn't point out
19 to the Court certain cases where they have
20 been found to be a public entity. I think
21 that's important. I think with respect to
22 the transcripts, you know, of the first
23 hearing, you know, they tried to argue they
2. weren't funded while the Court said that the
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probative of the issues that the Court had to
consider, they still did show that they are
3 receiving appropriated funds.
I think what we have is a
5 situation where somebody did not want to
, produce something. They knew that. I don't
7 think there is an honest argument that a
8 prison could not, somehow be not subject to
, the Public Records Act. We think, when we're
10 talking about willful under the act, we're
11 talking about with no legal justification,
12 and I think that CCA does not want to produce
13 this. They don't want to produce it to
Mr. Friedmann. I know that. In their
15 opening brief they smeared him. I mean, they
talked about what he does and which is
17 irrelevant under the statute. I think those
18 go to where this Court should make a
determination and finding that the conduct
20 was willing.
When they point out irrelevant
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22 information to the Court in an effort to put
23 my client in a bad light, I think that is
2. very significant consideration for the Court,
25 but given that, this was a finding which

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really went back to kind of the obvious, it
went back to what that Florida Court said. I
could not consider anything more uniquely
governmental than this, and with that can
they say with a straight face that they
actually thought that operating a prison was
not going to be the functional equivalent of
a governmental entity. I think not, Your
Honor. I think the answer is easy as the
first one, although I do understand the great
pain, effort and consideration that you gave
to the first one. It really came back to a
very simply issue. States run prisons and
jails. Private companies don't. With that I
submit it to the Court to see if their
refusal to give this stuff was willful and I
appreciate your consideration.
MR. WELBORN: Your Honor, we
submit that
Mr. Friedmann is not entitled to recover his
attorney's fees and costs here. The standard
that the Court must apply is very strict.
They have to show that we willfully, CCA
willfully failed to disclose records, and the
Court's interpretations of that requires bad
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faith conduct and the courts have repeatedly
held that the willful element in that is
3 synonymous with bad faith. It's not a
• disagreement of the law. It's not even
5 negligence or even bad judgment. It's bad
, faith conduct and we had and will continue to
7 have for a while, I think, a disagreement
8 here over the application of this act to CCA.
Your Honor has made your ruling,
10 but it was a careful, considered -- you
11 considered the case law. It's not, it wasn't
12 an easy decision it didn't appear to us, but
13 it required going through all the factors.
We've been in business for a while. We've
15 never been held subject to the Public Records
Act in Tennessee. We have never been held to
17 the functional equivalent of a governmental
18 agency in the State of Tennessee.
There are real and both factual
issues that need to go up to the Court of
20
21 Appeals and legal issues that need to go up
22 and ultimately decided on this issue and, you
23 know, there has simply been no showing by the
2. plaintiff here that CCA acted willfully in
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you've got to engage in conscious doing of a
3 moral wrong because of dishonest purpose.
• That's how the courts have described bad
5 faith conduct. There's been no shoWing of
, that here by CCA. We have a legitimate
7 disagreement with Mr. Friedmann on whether we
8 are a functional equivalent of a Tennessee
, governmental agency, and no court that has
10 ever ruled that we could find that a private
11 entity is a functional equivalent of
12 governmental entity has ever awarded
13 attorney's fees. They didn't award
1. attorney's fees in Cherokee. They didn't
15 award attorney's fees in Allen versus Day,
and we've never had that ruling, the
17 functional equivalency ruling against us.
Again, there's been no evidence
18
here presented to the Court. We presented
20 our arguments, Your Honor rejected those
21 arguments, but those were presented in good
22 faith. They are reasonable arguments and
23 while I respectfully disagree with Your
24 Honor's decision, they were put forth that
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You know, one case that is
particularly good on this is the case where
the Court says, and I'm trying to find it
here in my notes, that it says that a request
for fees have been denied, but the question
was whether the record sought was publicly
not straightforward or simple or involved
complex interpretation of controlling case
law, which this case involved. And the
Tennessee Supreme Court has admonished that
the Tennessee courts and this is particularly
true here, must not compute to a governmental
entity the duties that foretell an uncertain
judicial future.
We had an uncertain judiclal
future coming in here and, you know, until
this is ultimately decided at the appellate
level, it's going to remain uncertain. We
had good faith reasons for why we didn't
produce these documents. There are
legitimate justifications privilege wise that
Your Honor has ruled and we don't have to
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our objections to producing these records and
there's been no showing of bad faith conduct.
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• to a point you mentioned earlier, where we
s might get today, I think this is a final
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MR. CLARKE: Your Honor, I'll just
11 point out with respect to what Mr. Welborn
12 stated. I don't believe the word bad faith
13 is written into any terminology into the
Public Records Act. It has to be willful and
knowing. Nobody's going to argue that
" didn't willfully produce anything. If they they
17 thought things were to be produced they
18 conceded things. They didn't bring them
19\ though. There has been no conduct on their
20 part from which to recognize that they have
21 certain documents. The Court has ruled
22 against them on confidentiality, has
23 basically said produce the orders on the
2' other things. It says, I'm going to quote
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standard for determining whether the refusal
was willful and knowing, in actuality our
courts have consistently applied the same
analysis, which is their officials knew that
the record sought is public and subject to
disclosure. So it evaluates the validity of
the refusing entity's legal position
supporting its refusal. Critical to the
determination is the evaluation of the law.
Now, if Mr. Welborn's argument is
stating to his logical conclusion, any case
where you have to balance factors, you could
not be entitled to attorney's fees. It's
going to discourage lawyers like myself from
handling cases for people like Prison Legal
News and Mr. Friedmann which is the purpose I
think the statute allowing attorney's fees is
to allow for competent representation of
people in cases where private paying -- they
may not be able to pay for attorney's fees.
If you look at the validity of the
legal argument and if you're going to look
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governmental entities. If this was the case
that first announced that a private company
could be subject to the Public Records Act,
I'd give them that. I let Cherokee, I let
Allen v. Day. Allen v. Day involved a
corporation running an ice hockey rink or
something .. This is not the one where there
is a legitimate dispute. That's number one.
So if they thought they were going to comply
with the act then they should have -- they
never produced a privileged log and they
didn't produce these other things that would
allow us to evaluate things, so with all due
respect to Mr. Welborn's articulation of the
standard, I don't believe that is the case
and the case I cite is from the Tennessean
and it goes through that and what we have to
look at is there legal justification. While
this Court -- I think, both parties want to
thank the Court for thoughtful consideration
of the issues, I don't think that when we
come back to it and we come all the way
around and we look at it, sometimes the easy
answer is right in front of you. This is a

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prison. The argument against it not being a
public entity was well made, just wrong, dead
wrong and to point that it's willful, I will
point out that with all the cases that CCA
cited in their 44-page memorandum, they never
cited the one case where they were found to
be the public, the functional equivalent of
an entity.
I think they just don't want to
produce the stuff, Your Honor, and I think
they put up a very nice defense. I just
don't think it's legally justified as found
by the Court. Thank you.
THE COURT: Okay. Now lawyers,
the next step, let me say about the
attorney's fees, I think that there is
certainly public policy that the Public
Records Act should be read broadly and
liberally, that probably goes to the
attorney's fees as well. I haven't read
closely the few cases that do provide
attorney's fees, I'm going to do that. I'm
going to do that this afternoon, so I'm going
to take that under advisement for a very
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that the Court is supposed to make conscious
fact decisions through the law, which I have
3 done. 505(E) says that upon judgment in
'\\ favor of petition of the Court shall order
5 that the record be made available to the
6 petitioner unless there is a timely filing of
7 appeal and the Court certifies that there
a exists and the Court certified the existence
9 of substantial legal issue with respect to
10 disclosure of the documents which ought to be
11 resolved by the appellate courts.
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13 conclusion. I said that the documents must
14 be made available immediately because at the
15 moment I don't have a motion for appeal or
16 notice of appeal and I've taken under
17 advisement the issue of the attorney's fee
18 and because of the expedited nature of the
19 Public Records Act {equirements, if I don't
20 get something out to you this afternoon, I'll
21 get something out to you tomorrow morning.
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MR. CLARKE: Thank you, Your
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that the other issues will be addressed at
another motion hearing. This part about
notice of appeal and state of appeal, we'll
raise that.
THE COURT: People need to figure
that out.
So we're now adjourned.
MR. CLARKE: Thank you, Your
Honor.
THE CLERK: All rise.
(Whereupon, the following proceedings were
adjourned at 3:30 p.m., on July 29, 2008,)

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson Connty Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
Jnly 29, 2008

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Alex Friedmann v.
Corrections Corporation of America

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cases (55)

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

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CCA (232)
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25;49:8,13,16,19;50:5,19;51 :5; 88:5;25:10;26:23,25;27:1,3;
52:16,19; 14:4,6,7,12,21,22;53:9, 84:14;88:5
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Circuit (8)
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CCA's (34)
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86:21
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CLARKE (48)

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Claudia (2)

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(19) calculating - column

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29,2008

combine (2)

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44:18;50:22;51:17

copied (2)

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conduct (14)

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Commissioner (4)

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57:12;75:14,17
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54:14;58:4;61 :3;69:20;70:24;
83:4,5
everybody (2)
73:15,15
evidence (5)
6:2;10: 19,22;84: 18,18
exact (2)
21:3,3
exactly (7)
5:25;50:21;63: 11;73:11;50:21;
63:11;73:11
examine (1)
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example (10)
(22) difficult - example

Alex Friedmann v.
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

20;1,1

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10,12,13;35;3,4,6,19;36;9,15;
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16;71;1,4,6,7,15,18,22;72: 1,5,6,
7,14;78;9

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facilities (10)

fee (4)

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64;23;65;1;64;23;65;1

exceptions (3)

32;24;35;19,21;37;19;45;18;
32;24;35;19,21;37;19;45;18

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fits (2)

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50;12,12

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five (8)

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76;9,10

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35;11;60;11

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excuse (2)

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28;4,10;45;21;59;22;79;18;
80;10;90;2

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factor (4)

89;21,21

following (5)

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figure (10)

3;3;22;20,20;91;12,12

factors (28)

43;25;51;24;73;18;75;2;91;6;
43;25;51;24;73;18;75;2;91;6

follows (2)

27;14,14

file (12)

force (2)

59;11,18;69;6,15;70;5,6;59;11,
18;69;6,15;70;5,6

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31;17,19;32;10;42;3;59;10

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78;4

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65;18,18

44;7,7
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56:4,5;58;7,10;67;13;38;10;
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58;7,10;67;13
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62;25;36;13;40;22;62;25

20;3,3;82;5,5

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25:4;27;13;28;14;29;7;9;25;
13;6,11,11;16;19;17;8;21; 15,16;
83;13;87;14;25;4;27;13;28;14;
29;7;83;13;87;14

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74;15;76;17;78;23;79;1,9;82;21;
84;13,14,15;85;6;87;15,19,22;
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64;6;74;15;76;17;78;23;79;1,9;
82;21;84;13,14,15;85;6;87; 15,
19,22;89;16,20,22

29;1,1
FOI (4)

34;11;35;7;34;11;35;7
follow (2)

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foretell (2)

factual (2)

83;19,19

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existence (4)

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82;24,24

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20;26;2,21,23,23,25

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Florida (4)

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45;21,21

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filed (20)

3;13,17;4;2;5;6;18;7;20;21;6;9,
17;39:4;41:4;45;1;47;4;62;5;
18;7;20;21 ;39;4;41 ;4;45;1;47;4;
62;5

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44;3,23;12;24;48;20;55;25; 15;1;
57;17;64;17,18;66;18;67;15;
68;5;69;17;70;8;80;22;21; 17;
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66;18;67;15;68;5;69;17;70;8;
80;22;82;10,12;88;3

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69;18
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filing (5)
48;21;76;11;77;7;48;21;76; 11;
4;2;68;11;90;6;68;11;90;6
77:7

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final (6)

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77;11;86;5,6;77:11;86;5,6

14;9

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forms (16)

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21:5,8,5,8

83;1,3,6,25;84;5,22;85;20;86;2, 22;3,3
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12;83;1,3,6,25;84;5,22;85;20;
92;15
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expired (4)

41:10,10

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36;2,2

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84;10;85;4;29;5;45;6;79;24;
84;10;85;4

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90;12;29;8;81;19,25;90; 12

59;7,7
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48;22,24,25;57;20,21,22;75;5,6
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17;52;19;65;3;86;7
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28;15;29;13,14;47;25;48;4,8,25;
49:23;58;16;63;13;74;8

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21;4;26;2;28;10

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13;73;8;79;10;80;2,15,20;89;6,
12

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four (9)

56;1;80;9;56;1;80;9
FIRM (1)

3;13;20;21 ;21;8;7;15,21;76;1;
20;21;21;8;76;1

extracts (2)

30;5,5

31;9,22;32;2;33;1,6;34;7,10,12,
13;35:3,4,6,19;36;9,15;37;3;
58;6,9,13;61;25;66;12;67;7,10,
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4,6,7,15,18,22;72;1,5,6,7,14;

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first (42)

2;12.5;36;1,1

5;20;21;17;26:4;10;15;40;10;

Freedom (2)

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(23) except - Freedom

Davidson County Chancery Conrt - Vol. Honorable Clandia Bonnyman
Jnly 29, 2008

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

35:6,6

General (34)

greater (2)

78:19

FRIEDMANN (26)

23:3;25:5,6,8,19;27:1;30:17;
39:13;43:6;44: 15;47:12;50:9, 17;
69:4,6,14,16;23:3 ;25:5,6,8,19;
27:1;30:17;39:13;43:6;44: 15;
47:12;50:9,17;69:4,6,14,16

39:1,1

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1:.5;10:9;38:9;39:8;42:8;44: 11;
45:15;46:7;48:9;63:21 ;81:14;
82:20;84:7;87:18;38:9;39:8;
42:8;44:11;45:15;46:7;48:9;
63:21;81:14;82:20;84:7;87: 18

Griffin (2)

92:4

20:17,17

here's (2)

Groom (7)

78:18,18
hockey (4)

general's (2)

4:12;40:23 ;43:7;50:25;40:23;
43:7;50:25

Friedmann's (2)

70:6,6

Groom's (7)

hold (6)

38:20,20

Genesis (2)

47:15;58:12;80:5;47:15;58:12;
80:5
holding (4)

79:20;88:7;79:20;88:7

front (2)

22:1,1

3:21;43:7;44:15;65:4;43:7;
44:15;65:4

88:25,25

gets (3)

group (1)

fullest (4)

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8:5

18:19;60:8;18:19;60:8

18:6;20:8;I 8:6;20:8

gisl(1)

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home (2)

function (19)

11:8

45:16;46:4;45:16;46:4

59:20,20

18:3;6:25;22:19;7:6,18;26:7;
27:18;28:12,24;35:13;18:3;
79:22;22:19;26:7;27:18;28:12,
24;35:13;79:22

given (8)

guess (4)

honest (2)

18:17;28:4;18:17;77:10;81:25;
28:4;77:10;81:25

46:6;78:14;46:6;78: 14

81:7,7

guidance (2)

Honor (109)

goes (11)

80:4,4

functional (75)

18:18;10:9;53:11,13;18:18;
88:18;89:19;53:11,13;88: 18;
89:19

guy (2)

17:12;18:12;17:12;18:12

3:15;4:5;5:17,18;6:14;7: 13;
31:1;32:17;34:5,10;36:10;10:2,
14;37:24;38:6;39:21;41:25;43:4,
21;44:2;12:4;45:9,13,25;48:5,
19;51:13;52:9;53:12,20;54:12;
55:21;56:10;57:17;60:8;62:9,16;
63:2,3;64:22;65:8;68:23;69:2;
70:25;72:9,22;73:1;79:3;82:9,
18;83:9;84:20;85 :23;86:3,10;
89:10;90:23;91: 1,10;31: 1;32:17;
34:5,10;36: 10;37:24;38:6;39:21;
41:25;43:4,21;44:2;45:9,13,25;
48:5,19;51:13;52:9;53:12,20;
54:12;55:21 ;56:10;57:17;60:8;
62:9,16;63:2,3;64:22;65:8;
68:23;69:2;70:25;72:9,22;73:1;
79:3;82:9,18;83:9;84:20;85:23;
86:3,10;89:10;90:23;91:1,10

happen (2)

Honorable (2)

17:23;18:13;19:4,23;6:7;25:9,
23;26:3,20;27:4,7,11;8:14;29:8,
10;30:20;31:12;33:15;34:19;
10:11,25;37:13;38:13;12:2,12,
14,24;49:13,22;14:4,13;15:5;
58:18;16:13,16;17:23;18:13;
19:4,23;73:9;79:12;80:6;82:7;
83:17;84:8,11,17;89:7;25:9,23;
26:3,20;27:4,7,11;29:8,10;
30:20;31:12;33:15;34:19;37:13;
38:13;49:13,22;58:18;73:9;
79:12;80:6;82:7;83:17;84:8,11,
17;89:7

57:3,3

H

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73:21;84:21;85:3,20;73:21;
84:21;85:3,20

habeas (2)

govern (2)

69:9,9

19:14,14

hairs (2)

governing (4)

36:8,8

30:10;58:12;30:10;58:12

handed (2)

government (92)

23:24,24
handle (2)

26:14;11:21;80:24;26:14;80:24

17:20,23;18:11,14,20;19:2,4,13,
24;20:17,24;6:8;21:11;22:7,19;
25:24;26:3,7,16,17,18,20;27:2,3,
4,6,7,21;28:12,15,16,23;8:1;
29:3;31:9,22;32:3;33:5;13:24;
49:6;14:5,14;15:6;58:25;16:13,
17,23,24;17:20,23;18: 11,14,20;
19:2,4,13,24;73: 10;20:17,24;
79:14;80:7;21: 11;22:7,19;25:24;
26:3,7,16,17,18,20;27:2,3,4,6,7,
21 ;28:12,15,16,23;29:3 ;31 :9,22;
32:3;33:5;49:6;58:25;73:10;
79:14;80:7

funding (6)

governmental (42)

2:16.5;92:3,18.5

77:22,22

7:24;26:12,12;16:23;26:12,12

18:2;7:1,7,19;25:16;27:12;8:13,
14,25;29:21 ;30:21;9:16;34:20;
12:12;14:11;58:18;16:21;18:2;
79:22;80:2;82:4,8;83: 17;84:9,
12;85:13;88:2;25:16;27:12;
29:21;30:21;34:20;58:18;79:22;
80:2;82:4,8;83:17;84:9,12;
85:13;88:2

hear (19)

hours (2)

functioning (2)

28:15,15
functions (13)

17:22;22:5;26:9,11,13;29:3;
14:11;17:22;22:5;26:9,11,13;
29:3
fundamental (2)

73:17,17
funded (5)

funds (6)

22:4,5;81:3;22:4,5;81:3
furlough (2)

24:6,6
further (3)

72:22,22;92:11
future (14)

51:21,21
handling (2)

87:17,17
hands (4)

32:21,21

1:.5;3:2

happy (4)

Honor's (4)

56:6;62:11;56:6;62:11

52:21;84:24;52:21 ;84:24

Hardeman (2)

hope (2)

21:9,9

46:19,19

HAYNIE (3)

hopefully (2)

6:11;30:25;33:20;37:2;55:24;
56:2;73:16,20;78:25;79:1;30:25;
33:20;37:2;55:24;56:2;73: 16,20;
78:25;79:1

29:18,18
house (4)

31:10;35:15;31:10;35:15
housed (2)

heard (1)

32:13,13

3:1

houses (2)

grandfather (2)

36:18,18
3:18,22;5:20;10:17;11:23;14:1; housing (3)
57:1;61:2;80:23;91 :3;57:1;61:2; 7:7;35:12,12
Humane (2)
80:23;91:3
8:4;16:8
hearsay (4)
4:8,19,22;5:23

24:16,16

41:15,18;52:18;53:8;65:15;
85:15,17;41:15,18;52:18;53:8;
65:15;85:15,17

held (22)

granting (2)

20:12;40:10;48:7;49:22;70:4,8;
71:20;72:2;20:12;83:2,15,16;
40:10;48:7;49:22;70:4,8;71 :20;
72:2;83:2,15,16

governments (2)

33:18,18
governor (2)

23:17,17

G
G1 (1)

hearing (14)

I

2:5.5

24:8,8

gathering (2)

grants (4)

77:6,6

39:17;68:9;39: 17;68:9

gave (4)

great (2)

help (6)

62:22,22

80:4;82:11;80:4;82:11

82:10,10

21:15;37:9;78: 19;21:15;37:9;

identification (4)

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

ice (4)

79:20;88:7;79:20;88:7
idea (2)

(24) FRIEDMANN - identification

Alex Friedmann v.
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

42; 15;62:8;42: 15;62;8

industry (2)

identified (6)

19:9,9

43;8;44:17;50;20;43:8;44:17;
50:20

informal (2)

identifies (2)

information (51)

41:5,5

5:25;9;11

13;10;52:25;53:5,9,10;15:17;
58:15,19;66;20;67;6,17;68:5;
21;3;22;21 ;86:13,13;35:25;36:2;
52;25;53:5,9,10;58: 15,19;66:20;
67:6,17;68:5;86: 13,13

1:.5;2:17
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73:21,21
Joe (1)

10:2

immaterial (2)

3:10;35:7;42:25;45; 12;51:17,
19;52:10,12;53 :4,10,23;54:1,8,
16;56:20;59: 10,23;60:6,11,14;
61:9;65:9,19;69:25;81 :22;85:24;
35:7;42:25;45:12;51:17,19;
52:10,12;53:4,10,23;54:1,8,16;
56:20;59: 10,23;60;6, 11,14;61 :9;
65:9,19;69:25;81 :22;85;24

46;21,21

in-house (4)

involved (10)

59;3;72;7;59;3;72;7

immediately (4)

40:25;42:5;40;25;42;5

jUdicial (4)

29;23;90:14;29:23;90: 14

initial (5)

35;5;69:2;85:8,10;88;6;35:5;
69;2;85:8,10;88:6

Immigration (2)

6;16;10;5;49;11;16; 12;49:11

involvement (12)

July (7)

identifying (2)

41:18,18
identity (2)

21:3,3
III (1)

2;10.5

investigation (2)

join (2)

69:6,6

72:6,6

investigations (2)

JOSEPH (1)

49:7,7

2;10.5

Investments (2)

judgment (6)

71:13,13
involve (2)

49:18;83;5;90;3;49: 18;83:5;
90:3

68;21,21

jUdgments (4)

85;15,16,15,16

33;9,9

initially (2)

impact (4)

70:4,4

7:25;26:16,17,18;27:21 ;28;16;
16:24;26;16,17,18;27:21 ;28;16

1:.5;3:3;5:6;62;5;91: 13;62;5;
91;13

27:25;53:7;27:25;53:7

injunctions (2)

involving (8)

jurisdiction (3)

impending (4)

59:2,2

54:20;65;14;54;20;65: 14

injunctive (4)

38:23;50:5;53: 16;64:14;38;23;
50:5;53:16;64:14

justification (5)

impermissible (2)

49:18;50;1;49:18;50:1

iota (2)

16:15;81:11;88:19;81:11 ;88:19

72;6,6

in.t.ate (4)

60:13,13

justifications (2)

implementing (4)

24:2;11:10,10;24:2

irrelevant (4)

85:22,22

24;1,4,1,4

Inmates (24)

81:17,21,17,21

justified (2)

important (5)

24;5,7,9;31;10,25;32;12,13;
33;1,3,4,6;34;7;24;5,7,9;31: 10,
25;32;12,13;33:1,3,4,6;34;7

issue (39)
89:12,12
4;15;5;8;20;23;27;6,21 ;28:13, Juveniles (2)
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Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(25) identified - large

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

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Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(26) last - motion

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

move (7)

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Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(27) move - outlined

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson Connty Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29 2008

,

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pleading (2)
7:8;35:15;87:17,21;91;6;35;15; 58:20,20
pm (2)
87:17,21;91:6
per (2)
91;13,13
point (33)
30:13,13
percent (1)
3:11;4:9,10;6:5,20;21: 12;34:21;
10:23
36:15,21 ;50;9;52;21 ;59:6;61;11;
perfect (2)
80:18;21;12;81 ;21;86:4,11 ;89;3,
59;10,10
4;34:21;36:15,21 ;50:9;52:21;
perform (2)
59:6;61:11;80:18;81 :21;86:4,11;
24;7,7
89;3,4
pay (8)

over (17)

6;21;24:19;28:17,17;31 :3;39;6;
11;8;57:11;16;25;83:8;24: 19;
28;17,17;31:3;39:6;57; 11;83;8
overseas (2)

18;9,9
oversee (2)

19:21,21
oversight (2)

23:7,7
overturn (2)

71:6,6
own (4)

6:8;7:2;37:19,19
owned (8)

21:19;32:6;37:3;75;20;21;19;
32:6;37:3;75:20
ownership (2)

77:14,14

P
page (4)

19,21,19,19,21

7;8;8:23;57:19;75:18;87:22;
57;19;75:18;87:22

outside (2)

41;8,8

pretty (1)

performance (6)

62;2,5,2,5

19;21;23;14,16;19;21;23:14,16

paid (12)

performing (2)

17:19,19
22;12,12;39;6;46;1;64;13;
76;20;22;12,12;39;6;46:1;64:13; performs (3)
18:2;7:1;18:2
76:20
pain (4)

period (3)

77:23;82:11;77:23;82:11

46;6;13;21;46;6

paper (3)

person (9)

5:5;62:18,18

27;17,21;30:2,4;11: 12;27:17,
21;30;2,4

papers (8)

10:4
prevent (2)

70:11,11
previously (5)

17:3;6;15;28: 19;17:3;28:19
primarily (2)

25:24,24
principle (2)

72;3,3
principles (2)

15:14,23
print (4)

51;9;54:7;51 ;9;54:7
printed (2)

52:1,1
prints (4)

51:8;54;3;51;8;54:3
prior (2)

71:23,23
PRISON (68)

1:.5;19;1', 15,16,18,19;22:22,25;
23;19,19,21,25;24: 14,17,18,18,
pointed (4)
19,20,25;7: 11;26:21;27: 18;8:9,
21:17;49:10;21:17;49:10
10;32:5;34;24;35: 14;36;15,25;
policy (2)
46;25;53:16;19:6,15,16,'18, 19;
89:17,17
79:18;81 ;8;82:6;22:22,25;87: 17;
position (12)
23;19,19,21,25;89: 1;24;14,17,
10:14;41:17;13:24;56:3;66:8,
18,18,19,20,25;26:21 ;27:18;
14;87;9;41; 17;56:3;66:8, 14;87;9 32:5;34:24;35;14;36;15,25;
possession (4)
46:25;53;16;79;18;81:8;82:6;
30:7;45:22;30:7;45;22
87:17;89:1
posslole (8)

prisoner (2)

18;6;20;8;28;6;62:21;18:6;
20:8;28;6;62;21

prisoners (14)

64:14,14

47:22;73:11;74:9;75:23;47:22;
73;11;74:9;75:23

personnel (4)

59;11,18,11,18

possibly (2)

paragraph (8)

person's (2)

47:19,19

58;23,23,24;78;2;58:23,23,24;
78;2

27;18,18

posthoc (2)

persuaded (2)

71:3,3

prisons (27)

parole (2)

30;15,15

potential (2)

24;2,2

petition (8)

41:18,18

part (6)

22;3,3;86:20;91 ;3;86:20;91:3

6;16;36:14;12:6;69:9;90:4;
36:14;69;9;90:4

46:2,2

22:18;26:7;27:22;34: 17;35;16;
36;20;16:6,8;22: 18;26:7;27:22;
34;17;35:16;36:20

particular (10)

Petitioner (6)

power (2)

22;17;26:6;27: 16;28:11;31;23,
24;32:6;33;9;34;10,14,23;16;6,
7,7;82:13;22:17;26:6;27:16;
28:11 ;31;23,24;32:6;33;9;34:10,
14,23;82: 13

28;25;61;9;67:8;71:11;76:24;
28:25;61:9;67:8;71 :11;76:24

1:.5;2:3;5:17;6:23;90;6,6

72:5,5

private (49)

photographs (4)

powers (2)

particularly (8)

30:6,11,6,11

23;20,20

65;3;66;13;85:3,12;65;3;66; 13;
85:3,12

photostats (4)

preempt (2)

30:6,11,6,11

67;20,20

parties (15)

phrase (8)

preemption (6)

3:9;5:19,24;17:12;43:2;14;3;
15:15,22;64: 11;17;12;88:20;
43:2;64:11;88;20;92;12

39:22,25;40:6;64;18;39:22,25;
40:6;64:18

62;4;68:4;70;25;62:4;68:4;
70:25

17;16,16;18:12,24,25;19:1,6,9,
15,16,17;22:2,13,15,25;7: 10;
27:5,8;8;1,8,10;16:21;17;16,16;
18:12,24,25;19:1,6,9,15, 16,17;
80;6;82;14;84:10;22:2,13,15,25;
87:21;88:3;27;5,8;80:6;82: 14;
84:10;87:21;88:3

place (2)

preparation (2)

privately (2)

parts (1)

26;14,14

56;22,22

21:19,19

3:11

placed (2)

prepared (4)

privilege (43)

party (10)

76:23,23

40:17;52:17;40:17;52;17

20;25;42:20;56:20;68: 14;70:11;
20;25;42:20;56:20;68: 14;70:11

placing (2)

present (14)

39:11;40:1;41:24;42:7,13,18,
21;47:13;50:10,16,18;14;18;
56:13;57:7;60;19;61:4,7;63; 15,
18;69:19;70;7;85:22;39: 11;
40:1;41 :24;42:7,13,18,21 ;47:13;
50:10,16,18;56: 13;57;7;60: 19;
61;4,7;63:15,18;69: 19;70:7;

party's (1)

15:18
past (2)

47:7,7

potentially (2)

24;9,9

25:4;38:25;39;5;49;8,19;50:7;
55:4;25:4;38:25;39;5;49;8,19;
3:13;20:22;6:9,11;21;6,7,21,23; 50:7;55:4
28:14;30:23;33 :21;39:7;46;10, presented (10)
11;48:2;13;9,18;14;1,4,16,24;
20:22;6:5;10:18;20:22;84; 19,
plaintiff (78)

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(28) ontside - privilege

Alex Friedmann v.
Corrections Corporation of America

85:22
privileged (48)

30:2;38:17;41 :7,25;43:1,3;
44:13,16;47:9,19;51:19,20;
52:11,11;54:8,14;60:25;63:7;
65:6,10,20;69:21;85:24;88:12;
30:2;38:17;41:7,25;43:1,3;
44:13,16;47:9,19;51:19,20;
52:11,11;54:8,14;60:25;63:7;
65:6,10,20;69:21 ;85:24;88:12
privileges (2)

56:23,23
pro (2)

72:1,1
probably (8)

28:8;46:14;47:24;89: 19;28:8;
46:14;47:24;89:19
probative (4)

20:23,23;81:1,1
problem (2)

47:6,6
procedural (2)

68:25,25
Procedure (18)

40:16;42:19;58:6;61 :23;67:17,
20;68:8;69:23;70:17;40:16;
42:19;58:6;61:23;67:17,20;68:8;
69:23;70:17
procedures (4)

24:1,4,1,4
proceeding (1)

3:6
PROCEEDINGS (7)

1:.5;3:4;58:13;91:12;58:13;
91:12;92:7
process (2)

41:11,11
processes (2)

53:6,6
produce (40)

9:2;37:16;11:13;49:3,23;59:8;
66:10,12;73:7;78:3,7,13;80: 11;
81:6,12,13;85:21;86:16,23;
88:13;89:10;37:16;49:3,23;59:8;
66:10,12;73:7;78:3,7,13;80: 11;
81:6,12,13;85:21 ;86:16,23;
88:13;89:10
produced (18)

4:20;8:20;42:24;47:10;60:22;
61:16;64:25;80:25;86:17;88:12;
42:24;47:10;60:22;61:16;64:25;
80:25;86:17;88:12
producing (6)

30:14;43:13;86:1;30:14;43:13;
86:1
product (57)

38:16;39:10;40:1,13,14;42:12,
17,21;44:4,9;49:2;50:16,18;
52:13;14:17;54:22;56:12;61 :9;
63:7,15,18;65:5,7,12,17,22;
69:19,21;70:7;38:16;39:10;40:1,
13,14;42:12,17,21 ;44:4,9;49:2;
50:16,18;52:13;54:22;56:12;

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

61 :9;63:7,15,18;65:5,7,12,17,22; providing (9)
69:19,21;70:7
17:21;14:2;17:21;75:10,10;
production (2)
76:11;75:10,10;76:11
provision (2)
56:14,14
prohibition (2)
23:17,17
32:20,20
provisions (3)
promulgate (2)
24:16;9:19;24:16
19:13,13
public (185)
proof (14)
4:21;17:3,12,13,17,21;18:2,5,6,
3:9;4:15;5:21 ;22:9,10;7: 14;9:9; 7,10,25;20:1,8,8,10,11;22:4,5,
36:24;10:18;15:2;16:14;22:9,10; 16;7:19;25:7,16,17;26:12;28:4,
36:24
5,7,8,9,9,20,24,24;8:22;29:4,10,
proper (2)
11,12,13,15,19;30:3;9: 16,19;
20:13,13
35:2;37:12,25;38:11;39:16;
properly (2)
11:11;12:18,23;46:20;13: 19,25;
61:4,4
49:12;14:25;15:7,13;57:24;58:7,
property (10)
11,14;59:7,25;16:2,10;62: 1;
25:14;35:9;53: 16;64:14,15;
17:3,12,13,17,21;66:17,23;67:2,
25:14;35:9;53: 16;64:14,15
14,20;68:17;18:2,5,6,7,10,25;
proposal (2)
69:1,3,7,12,13,24,25;70: 13,23;
60:23,23
75:24;76:7;20:1,8,8,10,11;
Proposals (4)
78:18;79:7;80:20;81 :9;83:15;
23:5;60:9;23:5;60:9
22:4,5,16;86:14;87:7;88:4;89:2,
7,17,17;90: 19;25:7,16,17;26:12;
propose (6)
21:1,7,14,1,7,14
28:4,5,7,8,9,9,20,24,24;29:4,10,
proposed (4)
11,12,13,15,19;30:3;35:2;37:12,
23:9;62:18;23:9;62: 18
25;38:11;39:16;46:20;49: 12;
proposes (2)
57:24;58:7,11,14;59:7,25;62: 1;
23:8,8
66:17,23;67:2,14,20;68:17;69: 1,
proposition (4)
3,7,12,13,24,25;70: 13,23;75:24;
39:13;40:4;39: 13;40:4
76:7;78:18;79:7;80:20;81 :9;
protected (35)
83:15;86:14;87:7;88:4;89:2,7,
38:16;39:9,25;41 :22,23;43:1;
17,17;90:19;92:4,19
49:1;50:15;14:17;54:21;56:22; publicly (2)
63:6;65:5,11,16,21;69: 18;70:7; 85:7,7
38:16;39:9,25;41 :22,23;43:1;
Publishing (6)
·49: 1;50:15;54:21;56:22;63:6;
17:5;25:10,20;17:5;25:10,20
65:5,11,16,21;69: 18;70:7
purpose (9)
protection (24)
19:8;37:18;14:10;19:8;84:3;
40:14;42:11,18,22;43:3;44:4,8; 87:18;37:18;84:3;87:18
50:19;61:8;63:16;69:22;70:8;
purposes (14)
40:14;42:11,18,22;43:3;44:4,8; 25:7,16;28:3,9;29: 11;31:13;
50:19;61:8;63:16;69:22;70:8
54:18;25:7,16;28:3,9;29: 11;
protective (2)
31:13;54:18
68:10,10
pursuant (37)
protects (2)
19:22;20:14;21:22;24:14;32:1,
40:16,16
3,14,16,23;33:4,7;35: 10,11;
prove (2)
36:21;15:9;61:18;67:16;68:8;
23:10,10
70:16;19:22;20:14;21:22;24:14;
provide (29)
32:1,3,14,16,23;33 :4,7;35: 10,11;
19:18;21:14;22:22;23:6,8,9;
36:21;61:18;67:16;68:8;70:16
27:16;28:1;44:3;13:23;15:7,12; put (18)
72:25;19:18;74:17;75:14;21:14; 9:12;10:22;53:4,5;65:2;70:24;
22:22;23:6,8,9;89:21;27: 16;
74:17;81 :22;84:24;89: 11 ;53:4,5;
28:1;44:3;72:25;74: 17;75:14;
65:2;70:24;74:17;81 :22;84:24;
89:21
89:11
provided (16)

quickly (1)

9:13
quote (22)

39:19,20,22,22;42:22;43:3;64: 1,
16;72:3,8;86:24;39: 19,20,22,22;
42:22;43:3;64:1,16;72:3,8;86:24

R
raise (2)

91:5,5
raised (3)

31:4;11:4;31:4
raising (2)

36:22,22
rather (5)

9:20;51:23;74:15;51 :23;74:15
reach (2)

17:13,13
reaches (2)

47:5,5
read (10)

13:1;15:16;63:25;79:17;89:18, \
20;63:25;79:17;89:18,20
ready (3)

6:11;90:25,25
real (2)

83:19,19
really (26)

3:12;6:18;21:1;7:17;8:23;46: 11,
13,24;73:22;74:2;76: 10;77:18;
79:17;21:1;82:1,12;46:11,13,24;
73:22;74:2;76:10;77:18;79:17;
82:1,12
rearguing (1)

6:20
reason (10)

9:8;12:5;47:16;52:15;67:22;
78:18;47:16;52:15;67:22;78:18
reasonable (7)

30:9;15:11;79:8;84:22;30:9;
79:8;84:22
reasoning (3)

13:16;73:8,8
reasons (8)

50:16;65:2;67:11 ;85:20;50:16;
65:2;67:11;85:20
receive (2)

26:11,11
received (4)

4:23;20:14;9:21;20:14
receiving (4)

78:17;81:3;78:17;81:3
recognize (3)

5:5;86:20,20
record (30)

provides (2)

qualifies (2)

4:18;19:25;20: 12,13;22:11;
28:7;10:22;37:10;12:18;46:20;
15:17;59:14,25;19:25;20:12,13;
78:18;22:11;85:7;87:7;90:5;
28:7;37:10;46:20;59: 14,25;
78:18;85:7;87:7;90:5

42:20,20

40:13,13

recorded (1)

28:23;30:12;39:19,23;15:4;
16:9;62:20;75:13;76:22;28:23;
30:12;39:19,23;62:20;75: 13;
76:22

Q
qualifications (2)

23:10,10

Vowell & Jennings, Inc. (615) 256-1935

(29) privileged - recorded

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29,2008

92:5

84:20,20

require (10)

revenue (2)

records (175)

related (4)

22:4,4

4:21;17:11,12,13,17;18:5,7,9,
12;19:1;20:2,9,1 0;21:23;25:8;
28:4,5,7,10;8:19,20,22;29:12,12,
12,13,15,17,19,22,23,25;30: 1,3,
7,9;9:3;34:12,13;35:2;36:12;
37:12,25;38: 11 ,20;39:9,16,18,
19;11 :6,10,11;12:23;13:19,20,
25,25;14:7,15,21,24,25;56: 14;
15:13;57:24;58:7,11,14;59:7,24;
16:2,11,11,16;62: 1;64:16;17:11,
12,13,17;66: 17,23;67:3,14,21;
68:17;18:5,7,9,12;69: 1,13;70:13,
23;19:1;73:13;76:7;20:2,9,10;
79:7,24;21 :23;81:9;82:24;83: 15;
84:1;86:1,14;88:4;89: 18;90:19;
25:8;28:4,5,7,10;29: 12,12,12, 13,
15,17,19,22,23,25;30: 1,3,7,9;
34:12,13;35:2;36:12;37:12,25;
38:11,20;39:9,16,18,19;56:14;
57:24;58:7,11,14;59:7;24;62: 1;
64: 16;66:17,23;67:3,14,21;
68:17;69:1,13;70:13,23;73:13;
76:7;79:7,24;81:9;82:24;83:15;
84:1;86:1,14;88:4;89:18;90:19
record's (3)
9:16;69:25,25

37:17;55:3;37:17;55:3

20:2;27:15;28:3;30: 13;53:25;
20:2;27:15;28:3;30: 13;53:25

relationship (2)

required (22)

68:1;71:5;68:1;71:5

19:2,2

29:16;43:15;44:6,10; 13:6;49:3;
15:6;64:25;65: 18;66: 16;68:17;
83:13;29: 16;43: 15;44:6,10;49:3;
64:25;65:18;66:16;68: 17;83:13

review (3)

24:2,6;27:24;57:23;24:2,6;
27:24;57:23

requirement (4)

revoking (2)

67:21;70:21;67:21;70:21

24:9,9

releases (12)

requirements (6)

right (33)

48:21,25;57:20,22;75:5;78:3;
48:21,25;57:20,22;75:5;78:3

67:2;69:1;90:19;67:2;69: 1;
90:19

relevant (3)

requires (6)

46:21;16:20;46:21
relied (2)

23:15;47:9;82:25;23:15;47:9;
82:25

25:12,12

requiring (8)

22:10;30:3,4;37: 1,22;38:2;
39:17;12:25;46: 15;47:6,20;56:7;
58:17;62:10,17;73:15;22:10;
88:25;30:3,4;37: 1,22;38:2;
39:17;46:15;47:6,20;56:7;58: 17;
62:10,17;73:15;88:25

relief (2)

68:1,11,14;70: 18;68:1,11,14;
70:18

rink (4)

50:1,1
remain (2)

research (2)

rise (2)

85:19,19

13:3;15:20

91:11,11

renewals (2)

resolved (2)

risk (6)

77:12,12

90:11,11

41:14,17;52:19;41: 14,17;52: 19

repeatedly (2)

respect (38)

road (2)

83:1,1

36:9,9

relative (1)

92:13
release (8)

reverse (4)

6:10;80:17,17
reviewed (4)

23:7;86:9;23:7;86:9

79:21;88:7;79:21 ;88:7

recover (2)

23:3,3;92:4

33:16;34:10;35:8;36:17;46: 18;
47:8;50:8;57:10;58:23,24;59:2,
5;61:1;78:1;79:12;80:21;86: 11;
88:15;90:9;33: 16;34:10;35:8;
36:17;46:18;47:8;50:8;57: 10;
58:23,24;59:2,5;61: 1;78:1;
79:12;80:21 ;86:11;88: 15;90:9

82:20,20

REPORTER'S (1)

respectful (2)

redact (4)

92:1

47:14,14

59:15,16,15,16

Reporting (2)

respectfully (5)

refusal (6)

1:.5;2:15.5

21:4;12:5;21:4;84:23,23

40:15;42:20;43:14,25;44:2,7;
56:19;61:19,21 ,23;68:16;70: 17,
17,20;77:3;40: 15;42:20;43:14,
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Rutter (2)

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11;70:19;72:13,14;75: 12;85:25
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Section (15)
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38: 18;39:2, 13;40:6;41: 19;42:4;
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showing (16)
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Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29,2008

Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America
standing (2)

46:3,3
State (159)

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31:8,10,21;32:7,15,16,23;33: 12,
17;34:6,25,25;35:8,9,10,12,18,
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17;38:13;39:17,20,23;11:1,11,
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34:6,25,25;35:8,9,10,12,18,19,
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'SW (7)
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still (14)
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summarizes (4)
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Telephone (3)
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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

Davidson Connty Chancery Conrt - Vol. Honorable Clandia Bonnyman
Jnly 29, 2008

86:19

47:1,1

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true (9)

88:1,1

41:11;42:25;53:6;55: 16;82:6;
86:17;88:10;41:11;42:25;53:6;
55:16;82:6;86:17;88:10

56:12,13;70:10;85:13;56:12,13; uniquely (3)
7:6;82:3,3
70:10;85:13;92:8

thoughtful (4)

79:16;88:21;79:16;88:21
thoughts (2)

77:20,20
three (12)

21:5,8;7:17,24;37:19;58:25;
75:22;21:5,8;37:19;58:25;75:22
threshold (12)

26:8;28:13,21,25;29:6;47:5;
26:8;28:13,21,25;29:6;47:5
throughout (2)

46:5,5
lier (2)

36:1,1
timely (2)

90:6,6
TIPPS (1)

2:12
titled (2) \

59:1,1
today (21)

8:17;38:12;40:21 ;46:4;49:24;
55:5;63:5;64:22;72: 19;73:7;
86:5;38:12;40:21;46:4;49:24;
55:5;63:5;64:22;72: 19;73:7;
86:5
together (4)

70:21;77:6;70:21 ;77:6
told (2)

73:23,23
tomorrow (2)

90:21,21
tort (2)

22:7,7
totality (2)

18:16,16
totally (2)

70:14,14
tracking (10)

38:15;40:11;43:22;51: 16;63:24;
38:15;40:11;43:22;51: 16;63:24
tracks (2)

30:18,18
Training (4)

34:4,4,4,4
transaction (4)

18:10;20:16;18:10;20:16
TRANSCRIPT (6)

1:.5;79:17,17;92:7,8,9
transcripts (2)

80:22,22
treatment (1)

16:8
trial (2)

56:22,22
tried (3)

9:12;80:23,23
tries (2)

trump (8)

W
wages (2)

unless (14)

24:7,7
19:24;30:1;39:18,22;43:20;
wait (2)
19:24;75:8;90:6;30: 1;39:18,22; 43:18,18
43:20;75:8;90:6
trumps (2)
waived (4)
68:17,17
unquestionably (2)
61:1;63:17;61:1;63:17
try (2)
9:23;10:15
waiver (4)
13:12;16:1
up (20)
63:14;78:24;63:14;78:24
trying (17)
21:17;22:16;7:12;9:9;57:2;
WALKER (1)
59:19;66:7;74:23;21: 17;83:20, 2:12
11:24;43:24;47:13;51 :21,24;
52:6;54:4;57:12;85:4;43:24;
21;22:16;89:11;57:2;59:19;
wants (17)
47:13;51 :21 ,24;52:6;54:4;57: 12; 66:7;74:23;83:20,21 ;89:11
7:23;46:17,20,22;47:2;48:9;
uphold (2)
85:4
72:15;74:16;77:25;46: 17,20,22;
tunc (2)
70:11,11
47:2;48:9;72:15;74:16;77:25
upon (12)
72:2,2
Washington (1)
turn (2)
3:8;6:13;25:12,24;27:2; 15:12,
1:.5
24;90:3;25:12.24;27:2;90:3
31:3,3
way (14)
turned (1)
use(11)
7:17;11:14;12:19,22;48:17;
24:21,23;30:16;41:16;13:7;
11:8
77:22;78:16;84:25;88:23;48: 17;
two (20)
69:24;24:21,23;30: 16;41:16;
77:22;78:16;84:25;88:23
32:24;38:7,14;12:10;58:23;
69:24
ways (2)
16:23;61:17;67: 11;72:10;75:4; used (14)
8:2;9:12
78:2;32:24;38:7,14;58:23;61: 17; 25:14,16;41:13,13;43:11;44: 19; wealth (2)
67:11;72:10;75:4;78:2
50:23;25:14,16;41: 13,13;43:11; 53:9,9
type (14)
44:19;50:23
weapons (4)
24:6;36:23;44:9;63:14;66:1;
using (4)
24:22,23,22,23
67:4;72:11;24:6;36:23;44:9;
51:16;69:11;51:16;69:11
weeks (1)
63:14;66:1 ;67:4;72:11
utilized (1)
3:6
types (6)
4:6
WELBORN (35)
47:3;54:8;64:13;47:3;54:8;
2:10.5;3:20,25;5: 18;30:25;31:1,
64:13
V
19;32:8;33:25;34:3;10:1,2,3;
37:2,5,15,23;56: 18;82:18;86: 11;
U
vacated (2)
91:1;30:25;31:1,19;32:8;33:25;
71:20,20
34:3;37:2,5,15,23 ;56:18;82:18;
ultimately (10)
vague (2)
86:11;91:1
39:5;51:22;70:3;83:22;85:18;
68:24,24
Welborn's (6)
39:5;51:22;70:3;83:22;85:18
validity (4)
36:17;87:12;88: 15;36:17;87:12;
unauthenticated (1)
87:8,23,8,23
88:15
10:20
varying (2)
well-established (2)
uncertain (6)
87:1,1
72:3,3
85:14,16,19,14,16,19
verdict (16)
Wells (4)
48:21,24;52:24,25;57:20,22;
47:11;56:15;47:11;56:15
under (90)
18:22;20: 1;24:10;29:19;38:19; 75:5;78:5;48:21,24;52:24,25;
well-written (2)
39:4,14;40:7;43:14;44:8;56:4, 57:20,22;75:5;78:5
80:17,17
weren't (4)
14,19,21 ;57:24;59:7;16:1,10;
verdicts (2)
61:25;66:4,11,16,20,23,25;67:6, 78:3,3
80:24,25,24,25
7,9,12,14,18;68:2,7,11;18:22;
versus (26)
West (8)
70:19,22;72:13,14;73:13;74:9; 17:5,11,14;20:5,18;21: 16;
31:20;32:8;33:22,25;31 :20;
75:25;20:1;81:10,17;85:25;
10:13;16:18;61:19;17:5,11,14; 32:8;33:22,25
89:24;90:16;24:10;29:19;38:19; 68:18;70:2;71: 13;20:5,18;21: 16; what's (4)
39:4,14;40:7;43: 14;44:8;56:4, 84:15;86:25;61:19;68:18;70:2; 50:22;66:6;50:22;66:6
whatsoever (4)
14,19,21 ;57:24;59:7;61 :25;66:4, 71:13;84:15;86:25
36:24,24,24,24
11,16,20,23,25;67:6,7,9,12,14, viewing (2)
18;68:2,7,11 ;70:19,22;72: 13,14; 27:2,2
Whereupon (2)
void (10)
73:13;74:9;75:25;81: 10,17;
91:12,12
wherever (2)
67:25;71:6,19;72:1,5;67:25;
85:25;89:24;90: 16
28:6,6
understandable (2)
71:6,19;72:1,5
VOWELL (2)
Whiteville (4)
30:19,19
1:.5;2:17
32:10;34:16;32: 10;34:16
unintentionally (3)
whole (10)
18:21;9:2;18:21
67:1;69:1;70:21;71 :21;67:1;
69:1;70:21;71 :21

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Alex Friedmann v,
Corrections Corporation of America

54:21;65:10,16,21 ;68:25;54:21;
65:10,16.21;68:25

Davidson County Chancery Court - Vol. Honorable Claudia Bonnyman
July 29, 2008

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willful (17)

15:12;79:6,24;81:10;82:16;
83:2;86:14;87:4;89:3;79:6,24;
81:10;82:16;83:2;86:14;87:4;
89:3

y'all (2)

90:25,25
years (6)

46:6,6;50:2;46:6,6;50:2

willfully (10)

79:5;82:23,24;83:24;86:16;
79:5;82:23,24;83:24;86:16
willing (2)

81:20,20
Wilson (2)

71:13,13
Wisconsin (8)

32:13,15;35:16;36:20;32:13,15; ,
35:16;36:20
wise (2)

85:22,22
wisely (2)

36:4,4
wit (1)

3:4
withholds (2)

\

56:20,20
within (16)

24:17;30:24;35:20;38:8;50:13;
64:23;65:1;69:8;24:17;30:24;
35:20;38:8;50:13;64:23;65: 1;
69:8
without (7)

6:20;7:9;8:7;42:25;77:22;
42:25;77:22
witnesses (1)

5:20
wonderful (2)

47:8,8
word (7)

12:9;62:15;72:24;86:12;62:15;
72:24;86:12
work (71)

24:6,7;38:16;39:10;40:1,13,14;
41:22;42:11,11,12,17,21;44:4,9;
45:5;49:2;50:15,18;52:13;14:16;
54:22;56:12;61:9;63:7,15,17;
64:10;65:5,7,12,17,21 ;69:19,21;
70:7;24:6,7;38:16;39:10;40:1,
13,14;41:22;42: 11,11,12,17,21;
44:4,9;45:5;49:2;50:15,18;
52:13;54:22;56:12;61:9;63:7,15,
17;64:10;65:5,7,12,17,21;69: 19,
21;70:7
writ (2)

69:9,9
written (3)

9:6;86:13,13
wrong (12)

46:19;57:5;71 :24;84:3;89:2,3;
46:19;57:5;71 :24;84:3;89:2,3
wrote (2)

80:16,16

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