JUDGE ORDERS QUICK BRIEFING ON RELEASE OF BERKELEY CAMPUS POLICE 141-PAGE REPORT IN 2014 TED AGU FOOTBALL DEATH; CLIMACTIC DISPUTE OF OUR PUBLIC RECORDS ACT CASE AGAINST UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

Published September 27th, 2018, Uncategorized

by Irvin Muchnick

 

Alameda County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey S. Brand today set an immediate schedule for briefs by both sides, and a court hearting, on Concussion Inc.’s effort to compel the University of California Regents to release a 141-page compendium of Berkeley campus police reports surrounding the 2014 football conditioning death of Ted Agu. This follows “rolling basis” release of other internal university documents, and is the climactic issue of the California Public Records Act (CPRA) lawsuit we filed in April 2017.

In Judge Brand’s timeline, my attorney Roy S. Gordet will have until October 22 to make our arguments that the 141 pages are not exempted under Section 6254(f) of CPRA, which protects records of law enforcement agencies. UC’s response brief is due November 5, and our final reply brief is due November 12. Oral arguments at the Alameda County Courthouse in Hayward are scheduled for November 21.

 

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NEW TED AGU PAPERS: Background of University of California Team Doctor’s Deception of Coroner in 2014 Football Death Is Revealed in Internal Emails

Published September 11th, 2018

Complete headline links to our Ted Agu series: http://concussioninc.net/?p=10877