A defendant in a personal injury case must turn over surveillance video to plaintiffs prior to deposing them, despite the objection that disclosure would defeat the footage’s impeachment value.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Ann Marie Donio’s April 17 ruling, denying a protective order to Conrail, appears to be one of first impression in the District of New Jersey.

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