LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Judge Bill Sowder has set a hearing on Leach's motion for expedited discovery for 9:00 a.m. on January 20th. The hearing is currently scheduled to be held in the 99th District Courtroom, but may be moved at a later date.
Mike Leach's attorney, Ted Liggett, filed additional documents Friday morning to the motions that he originally filed on Thursday afternoon. Although no specific dollar amount has been identified yet, Friday's filing reveals Leach is seeking the following damages:
(Click Here) to see the new documents filed on Friday morning.
In the documents that were filed on Thursday, the motions state that fired Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach wants his case in front of a jury in less than two months. The two motions filed at 4 p.m. Thursday are related to the lawsuit filed right after Mike Leach was suspended. The 105 page document asked the court to speed up the legal process.
Sometime in the next ten days Ted Liggett, Leach's attorney, wants to interview for the court record TTU President Guy Bailey, Chancellor Kent Hance, Athletic Director Gerald Myers, and the player who accused Leach of mistreating him Adam James.
(Click here) to read the documents filed in court Thursday.
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