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Can I ask the employee who was involved in the security system of the bank to admit that he/she stated certain facts to me the day we were asked to go to the bank and be informed of burglary in which our safe deposit box was burglarized?
Please be aware that I have already used 35 special interrogatories, and 35 admissions in set one of each. Similarly they have not been disclosing the name of their Officer who yelled at us on phone while we were in the bank. They have mentioned that no body even talked to us with that designation. They stated some one else name. Now I have found in my records the person's name and his position, should I specify and ask them to state that that particular employee's statement regarding this. How should I put it? Some employees have been terminated, how can I have interrogatories for those employees. At one time we had made some statements mentioning those employees and those have been terminated now. How should I handle this situation?
How do I have interrogatories or admissions if I have already asked 35 questions in each category. Although these shall be related to the ones that the attorney did not respond properly.
Also is it possible that I can meet you and get further guidance. Of course for that I shall pay extra.
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