Chandler v. Buncich, No. 2:12 cv 175, 2012 WL 4343314 (S.D. Ind. Sept. 24, 2012)

Key Insight: Where plaintiff sought a preservation order but made no attempt to show that defendants would destroy evidence and instead focused on the prejudice that he may suffer if such destruction occurred, court indicated that the possibility of prejudice alone was insufficient to warrant the relief requested and further noted that defendants had acknowledged their duty to preserve and that there was no reason to doubt that they would fulfill that duty

Nature of Case: Injuries from attack suffered while in custody

Electronic Data Involved: Surveillance data, photos & “related media”

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