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NO. COA03-417

NORTH CAROLINA COURT OF APPEALS

Filed: 2 March 2004

JANE DOE 1, Individually and as
Guardian Ad Litem for JOHN DOE 1,
Minor Child, JANE DOE 2, Individually
and as Guardian Ad Litem for JOHN DOE 2,
Minor Child, and JOHN and JANE DOE 3,
Individually and as Guardian Ad Litem
for JOHN DOE 3, Minor Child,

            Plaintiffs,
                            N.C. Industrial Commission
    v.                        I.C. Docket No: TA-17538

SWANNANOA VALLEY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
CENTER, a North Carolina State Agency,
NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE
JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION,
a North Carolina State Agency, BRIAN
HARKINS, PHIL LYTLE, LANI LANCASTER,
KEN ARONTIN, T. CORDELL, J.B. SIMMONS
and MICHAEL SWEITZER, Individually
and as Public Employees,

            Defendants.

    Appeal by defendants from order of the North Carolina Industrial Commission entered 9 December 2002. Heard in the Court of Appeals 27 January 2004.

    Holtkamp Law Firm, by Lynne M. Holtkamp, and White & Stradley, by Nancy P. White, for plaintiff appellees.

    Attorney General Roy Cooper, by Assistant Attorney General Donna B. Wojcik, for defendant appellants.

    WYNN, Judge.
    For the reasons set forth in our opinion in Doe v. Swannonoa Valley, __ N.C. App. ___, ___ S.E.2d ___ (No. COA03-416, filed 2 March 2004), we conclude the Commission was authorized to compel discovery and therefore affirm the order of the Commission.
    Affirmed.
    Judges McGEE and TYSON concur.
    Report per Rule 30(e).

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