Kimbrough v. City of Cocoa, 2006 WL 3500873 (M.D. Fla. Dec. 4, 2006)

Key Insight: Court denied plaintiffs’ motion for spoliation sanctions based upon defendant’s failure to produce complete copy of particular monthly medical report where plaintiffs failed to show that duty to preserve attached to the report, or that report was crucial to their claims, and there was no evidence of bad faith, especially since defendant had gone to “extraordinary lengths” to attempt to retrieve a copy of the complete report

Nature of Case: Civil rights, excessive force

Electronic Data Involved: Monthly medical report

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