Martin Baylor v. Gary Public Library, et al
ORDER: Pursuant to Circuit Rule 33, briefing will proceed as follows: Appellant's brief due on or before 08/01/2011 for Martin Baylor. Appellees' brief due on or before 08/31/2011 for Board of Trustees of the Gary Public Library, Rayfield Fisher, Gary Public Library, Anthony Walker and Cynthia Watts. Appellant's reply brief, if any, is due on or before 09/14/2011 for Appellant Martin Baylor. RJS  [11-2184] (SM)
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ORDER: Circuit Rule 33 - Briefing
June 8, 2011
M ARTIN BAYLOR,
Plaintiff - Appellant
GARY PUBLIC LIBRARY, et al.,
Defendants - Appellees
Originating Case Information:
District Court No: 2:10-cv-00395-W CL-APR
Northern District of Indiana, Hammond Division
District Judge W illiam C. Lee
Pursuant to Circuit Rule 33, briefing shall proceed as follows:
The brief and required short appendix of the appellant(s) will be due by
August 1, 2011.
The brief of the appellee(s) will be due by August 31, 2011.
The reply brief of the appellant(s), if any, will be due by September 14, 2011.
Important Scheduling Notice !
Notices of hearing for particular appeals are mailed shortly before the date of oral argument. Criminal appeals are
scheduled shortly after the filing of the appellant's main brief; civil appeals after the filing of the appellee's brief. If you
foresee that you will be unavailable during a period in which your particular appeal might be scheduled, please write
the clerk advising him of the time period and the reason for such unavailability. Session data is located at
http://www.ca7.uscourts.gov/cal/calendar.pdf. Once an appeal is formally scheduled for a certain date, it is very difficult
to have the setting changed. See Circuit Rule 34(e).
form name: c7_Order_CR33_Briefing(form ID: 193)
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