Tatum v. Mitchell et al
ORDER appointing Mary Tipton Thalheimer to represent Tatum nunc pro tunc 7/28/2015 as when she appeared. The case is stayed and the Court directs the Clerk to administratively terminate it. The 161 Final Scheduling Order is suspended and the 10/11/2016 trial is canceled. The parties must submit a joint report on competency by 2/6/2017. Motions 176 and 178 are denied without prejudice as moot. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/22/2016. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
BRYANT PHILLIPS, Officer, EARU, ADC
1. The Court appointed Joseph Falasco to represent Tatum. Mary
Tipton Thalheimer has been helping Falasco prepare this case for trial. The
Court therefore appoints Thalheimer too, nunc pro tune 28 July 2015, when she
appeared. LOCAL RULE 83.7.
2. Because of the lingering competency issues, NQ 185, the case is stayed.
And the Court directs the Clerk to administratively terminate it. The Final
Scheduling Order, NQ 161, is suspended;
and the October 11th trial is
The parties must submit a joint report on competency by
6 February 2017.
3. Tatum's motions in limine, NQ 176 &178, are denied without prejudice
D .P. Marshall Jr.
United State District Judge
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