A prisoner who sued the Illinois Department of Corrections has obtained an award of Rule 37 sanctions. The district court held that the Department of Corrections failed to produce relevant documents and then violated a court order to produce those same documents. The court found that there was no bad faith by the Department of Corrections. Instead, it was a simple case of negligence. The court entered an order granting the motion, requiring production of the documents and requiring the Department to present the Warden for a second deposition. Additionally, appointed counsel had leave to submit a fee petition.