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Defendant intentionally concealed an important evidence.

San Antonio, TX |

Defendant presented plaintiff's deposition to the court as an evidence but did not disclose plaintiff's disclosure requests. Defendant futher filed a motion for sanctions against plaintiff. Now, plaintiff has filed a reply to the defendant's motion to sanctions, plaintiff also filed a motion to reset trial date which was granted by judge, a motion for contempt and/or sanctions and a motion for sanctions against defendant. Since, defendant intentionally misled the court by not providing a very important evidence and presenting the least important evidence. Plaintiff could not prove his case without defendant's disclosure. What penalties might be posed against the defendant and his attorney?

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Hopefully you have a lawyer. If so, ask your lawyer these questions. Too few facts are provided (the context of the proceedings in which the deposition testimony was offered). If this was a summary judgment proceeding, the non-movant may have had the duty to bring forward conflicting evidence to raise a fact issue. You need your lawyer to answer these questions and if you don't have one, you need one now!

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