Missouri & Northern Arkansas Railroad Company Inc v. Entergy Arkansas Inc

Filing 108

ORDER authorizing Janan Honysuckle, Todd Bradberry, Sherry Murphy, Steven Appleton, Paul M. Brown, John Biester, and Coy Flynn to bring certain electronic devices into the courtroom for trial in this case beginning 12/6/11. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/1/11. (kpr) (Additional attachment added on 12/1/2011: # 1 Correct Main Document - original attachment incorrect) (bfw).

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS NORTHERN DIVISION MISSOURI & NORTHERN ARKANSAS RAILROAD COMPANY, INC. v. PLAINTIFF No. 1:10-cv-8-DPM ENTERGY ARKANSAS, INC. DEFENDANT ORDER Janan Honysuckle, Todd Bradberry, Sherry Murphy, Steven Appleton, Paul M. Brown, John Biester, and Coy Flynn-counsel in this case, staff and support personnel for counsel, and representatives of the parties - may bring their laptop or tablet computers and cell phones - including smart phones-into the courthouse for trial of this matter beginning 6 December 2011. The phones may be used as needed outside of any courtroom. When inside the courtroom, the cell phones must be turned off. Putting the cell phones on "vibrate" or" silent" is unacceptable. No phone or computer may be used to take photographs or video in the courthouse. And when talking on a phone (or with someone in person) in a corridor, all courthouse visitors should be as quiet as possible. Visitors should also be as quiet as possible when working with their laptop computers. Sherry Murphy may bring a Verizon Wireless"air card" to facilitate Entergy's use of Google Earth as a demonstrative exhibit at trial, but counsel, staff persons, and party representatives are otherwise forbidden to use any electronic device to access the internet in the courtroom. John Biester may bring a projector, screen, monitor, and ELMO. So Ordered. D.P. Marshall Jr. U United States District Judge 1 December 2011 2

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