Sorry about the delay. I was in between planes when I wrote before.
At the deposition the opponent more or less denied my counsel the privelege to speak.The opposing lawyer said he did it because he believed my counsel might disrupt the hearing and he would have to get the court involved.Are they allowed to do this at a deposition.Can I file for a summary judgment in regard to this?
Normally the attorneys don't argue at depositions. When they do, usually what is done is that they take a recess and talk things out. If that doesn't work, then usually what happens next is there is a recess taken (possibly for a few weeks), and the attorneys hold a hearing in front of the judge to get a court order to address whatever problems occured at the deposition. Then the deposition resumes. Are you representing yourself now? If so, if you feel that the deposition was interrupted and incomplete, you can file a motion to try and get a court order to resume the deposition, along with details regarding how it's to be conducted when it resumes. Summary judgment? No, not usually. That's usually used when one side believes the other side is going to lose because of lack of evidence, or because the parties agree on the evidence and want a legal ruling.
Also the Discovery process was over at 29 October 2010.The opposing attorney finally got a statement from the patrolman involved on 11 November in regard to evidence. Can I file for a summary judgement in protest in regard to info coming in 2 full weeks after the discovery date,(they had over 6 mos. to get this info to me.) Again, SJ's aren't used to protest something. You can file a motion for sanctions whenever you think that you can prove the opposing side is playing dirty.
If I hear you correctly I can file in regard to the opposing attorney not giving me a requested copy of the deposition before using the deposition falsely against me? Before I address this, please let me know who was being deposed, and whether it was your witness or the other side's. Previously, I was understanding you to be saying that you were the deponent. If you were the deponent, you should have had an opportunity to proofread/edit/correct your own deposition. Only the deponent can do this.
If this was someone else's deposition, and it should have been given to you as part of your discovery request, then ask the court for sanctions - not a sj.
I'll take a little time to look over some of your prior questions so that I know what your case is about and so forth. I think that that will help, if you'd like to keep working together.