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89. The scope of discovery, both in Texas and federal courts, is all matters ___ that are ___. not privileged reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence.
90. The forms of discovery are: —interrogatories —requests to produce or inspect —subpoenas duces tecum —oral depositions —written depositions —physical and mental examinations —requests for admission
91. Privileges shield information from discovery, such as: —attorney-client privilege —spousal privilege —doctor-patient privilege
Discovery exemptions have a similar effect. These include —attorney work product exemption —client investigatory exemption (in Texas state courts)
92. The privileges and exemptions listed above must be raised before the deadline for responding to that discovery request or they are ___. waived
93. In addition to waiver, the privileges and exemptions may have exceptions that ___. permit or require disclosure
Created by: longhorn90