STATE OF FLORIDA et al v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES et al
TRANSCRIPT REQUEST by TERRY E BRANSTAD, COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, STATE OF ALABAMA, STATE OF ALASKA, STATE OF ARIZONA, STATE OF COLORADO, STATE OF FLORIDA, STATE OF GEORGIA, STATE OF IDAHO, STATE OF INDIANA, STATE OF KANSAS, STATE OF LOUISIANA, STATE OF MAINE, STATE OF MICHIGAN, STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, STATE OF NEBRASKA, STATE OF NEVADA, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, STATE OF OHIO, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, STATE OF TEXAS, STATE OF UTAH, STATE OF WASHINGTON, STATE OF WISCONSIN, STATE OF WYOMING for proceedings held on All necessary transcripts on file before Judge Roger Vinson, Court Reporter:Donna Boland (WINSHIP, BLAINE) Modified on 3/16/2011 to add USCA Appeal #11-11067-H. (tl)
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT TRANSCRIPT INFORMATION FORM
PART I. TRANSCRIPT ORDER INFORMATION
State of Florida, et al.
Appellant to complete and file with the District Court Clerk within 10 days of the filing of the notice of appeal in all cases, including those in which there was no hearing or for which no transcript is ordered. Short Case Style: vs
United States Department of Health and Human Services, et al.
District Court No.: 3:10-cv-00091-RV
Date Notice of Appeal Filed: 3-10-2011
Court of Appeals No.: 11-11067-HH
No hearing No transcript is required for appeal purposes All necessary transcript(s) on file I AM ORDERING A TRANSCRIPT OF THE FOLLOWING PROCEEDINGS:
HEARING DATE(S) JUDGE/MAGISTRATE COURT REPORTER NAME(S)
Check appropriate box(es) and provide all information requested:
Pre-Trial Proceedings Trial Sentence Other
METHOD OF PAYMENT:
I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE CONTACTED THE COURT REPORTER(S) AND HAVE MADE SATISFACTORY ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE COURT REPORTER(S) FOR PAYING THE COST OF THE TRANSCRIPT. CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT. Attached for submission to District Judge/Magistrate is my completed CJA Form 24 requesting authorization for government payment of transcript. [A transcript of the following proceedings will be provided ONLY IF SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED in Item 13 on CJA Form 24: Voir Dire; Opening and Closing Statements of Prosecution and Defense; Prosecution Rebuttal; Jury Instructions.]
Ordering Counsel/Party: Name of Firm: Street Address/P.O. Box: City/State/Zip Code:
Blaine H. Winship Office of the Attorney General of Florida PL-01, The Capitol Tallahassee, FL. 32399-1050
Phone No. : (850) 414-3300
I certify that I have completed and filed PART I with the District Court Clerk, sent a copy to the appropriate Court Reporter(s) if ordering a transcript, mailed a filed copy to the Court of Appeals Clerk, and served all parties. DATE: 3-15-2011 SIGNED:
/s/ Blaine H. Winship
Attorney for: Plaintiff States
COURT REPORTER ACKNOWLEDGMENT
Court Reporter to complete and file with the District Court Clerk within 10 days of receipt. The Court Reporter shall send a copy to the Court of Appeals Clerk and to all parties.
Date Transcript Order received: Satisfactory arrangements for paying the cost of the transcript were completed on: Satisfactory arrangements for paying the cost of the transcript have not been made. Estimated no. of transcript pages: Estimated filing date: No. of hearing days:
Phone No. :
NOTE: The transcript is due to be filed within 30 days of the date satisfactory arrangements for paying the cost of the transcript were completed unless the Court Reporter obtains an extension of time to file the transcript.
PART III. NOTIFICATION THAT TRANSCRIPT HAS BEEN FILED IN DISTRICT COURT
Court Reporter to complete and file with the District Court Clerk on date of filing transcript in District Court. The Court Reporter shall send a copy to the Court of Appeals Clerk on the same date.
This is to certify that the transcript has been completed and filed with the district court on (date): Actual No. of Volumes and Hearing Dates: Date: Signature of Court Reporter: Rev. 2/06
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