In Tate v. City of Chicago, Illinois Magistrate Judge Jeffrey T. Gilbert granted in part and denied in part CBS’s Motion to Quash Defendants’ Subpoenas Duces Tecum. Judge Gilbert granted it to the extent that CBS “need not produce any notes or documents concerning interviews with Plaintiffs or any communications, correspondence, text messages or other messages between individuals at CBS, Plaintiffs, or Plaintiffs’ attorneys”. But, he denied CBS’s motion to the extent “CBS is ordered to produce any and all video or audio recordings containing Plaintiffs’ statements regarding the search of their residence on August 9, 2018, and the events that followed”.

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