Andrew Alexander, et al v. Mary Jo Jensen-Carter, et al


OPINION FILED - THE COURT: Lavenski R. Smith, Morris S. Arnold and Michael J. Melloy AUTHORING JUDGE: Morris S. Arnold (PUBLISHED) [4020468] [12-2476]

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United States Court of Appeals For The Eighth Circuit Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse 111 South 10th Street, Room 24.329 St. Louis, Missouri 63102 VOICE (314) 244-2400 FAX (314) 244-2780 Michael E. Gans Clerk of Court April 02, 2013 Mr. Daniel Kennedy KENNEDY LAW GROUP 4103 E. Lake Street Minneapolis, MN 55406 RE: 12-2476 Andrew Alexander, et al v. Mary Jo Jensen-Carter, et al Dear Counsel: The court has issued an opinion in this case. Judgment has been entered in accordance with the opinion. The opinion will be released to the public at 10:00a.m. today. Please hold the opinion in confidence until that time. Please review Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure and the Eighth Circuit Rules on postsubmission procedure to ensure that any contemplated filing is timely and in compliance with the rules. Note particularly that petitions for rehearing and petitions for rehearing en banc must be received in the clerk's office within 14 days of the date of the entry of judgment. Counsel-filed petitions must be filed electronically in CM/ECF. Paper copies are not required. No grace period for mailing is allowed, and the date of the postmark is irrelevant for pro-se-filed petitions. Any petition for rehearing or petition for rehearing en banc which is not received within the 14 day period for filing permitted by FRAP 40 may be denied as untimely. Michael E. Gans Clerk of Court DMS Enclosure(s) cc: Ms. Mary Ahrens Mr. John A. Hedback Mr. Michael Joseph Iannacone III Mr. Richard Sletten District Court/Agency Case Number(s): 0:11-cv-02661-JRT Appellate Case: 12-2476 Page: 1 Date Filed: 04/02/2013 Entry ID: 4020468

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