Willoya claims that he was denied his right to due process in violation of both the state and federal constitutions when his medical records were released without a hearing 37 as the state points out once willoya filed a civil suit putting his medical condition at issue he waived any privilege or privacy interest he had in his medical . Willoya v state dept of corr 53 p3d 1115 1125 alaska 2002 10 dewey v dewey 886 p2d 623 626 alaska 1994 3 1716 record as it is before us we discern no abuse of discretion by the superior court and we affirm the superior courts denial of blass motion for relief from judgment . Willoya v state 53 p3d 1115 1118 1121 22 alaska 2002 stating in inmates medical malpractice lawsuit that alaska r evid 706 is a procedural option for a judge when the issues are unusually complex but is not intended as a means for an indigent party to obtain expert testimony at public expense cf alaska admin. 11 willoya v state dept of corrections 53 p3d 1115 1119 alaska 2002 12 our cases reviewing trial court procedural decisions for abuse of discretion generally involve the application of existing procedural rules that are intended to provide a trial court with leeway. Yaple 234 p3d 1278 1280 alaska 2010 6 willoya v state dept of corr 53 p3d 1115 1119 alaska 2002 8 7327 represent the child without counsel thus the status of these appellants is not entirely clear on the record available to us but judgment was entered against both of them and their arguments are before us
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