Doe v. City of Albuquerque

Filing 33

[9817871] Calendar notice sent to counsel. Arguments to be held on Wednesday, January19, 2011 at 09:00 a.m. in Courtroom III, Byron White United States Courthouse, Denver, CO. Counsel is required to go to http://www.ca10.uscourts.gov under the argument calendar tab to obtain an important notice regarding calendared cases and required forms. The calendar acknowledgment form (and the custody status form when applicable) must be completed and filed with the clerk via Electronic Case Filing within 10 days of today's date.

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UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS Byron White United States Courthouse 1823 Stout Street Denver, Colorado 80257 (303) 844-3157 TENTH CIRCUIT Oral Argument Calendar Notice / Acknowledgment Form Name Address City, State, Zip Re: Case No(s): Caption: Argument Date: Time: Courtroom/Place: (Arguing attorneys must report 45 minutes prior thereto) Within 10 days, this form must be filled out and filed in CM/ECF by the arguing attorney in the appeal set. Questions can be directed to the 10th Circuit Calendar Team: Tenth Circuit Calendar Team, Byron White United States Courthouse 1823 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80257 Email: 10th_Circuit_CalTeam@ca10.uscourts.gov Phone: (303) 335-2708 I acknowledge receipt of the court's calendar notice assigning the subject case(s) for argument or submission on the briefs, at the above place, time and date (please type), will present oral argument on behalf of (name of party), the Signed (Recipient): Typed or Printed Name: Address: Email Address Required Telephone: Attorney for: (Name of Party Represented) Date: Note: If you are an attorney for the defendant in a criminal appeal, or the petitioner in a habeas corpus/ civil rights or immigration matter, you must complete the custody status questionnaire found at http://www. ca10.uscourts.gov. Thank you. Revised 4/2009

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