The plaintiffs alleged that guards had sexually abused them and sought the guards’ personnel files and other related documents through discovery. Finding such documents relevant to the allegations in the suit, the court ordered the defendants to produce “documents regarding any instances of sexual misconduct by these correctional officers.” In addition, the court ordered the defendants to produce “any material relating to allegations that an officer failed to make a report of made a false statement of any kind.” See: Amador v. Superintendant of the Department of Correctional Services, No. 03-CV-650 (S.D. N.Y. 2004).
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Amador v. Superintendant of the Department of Correctional Services
|Cite||No. 03-CV-650 (S.D. N.Y. 2004)|