Bradbury v. USA
ORDER denying 58 Motion to Stay. Bradbury must file a substituted statement, which conforms to the Court's scheduling order 38 by August 28, 2013. Bradbury should supplement the record with a complete condensed transcript of any depositi on cited to be filed as an exhibit by August 30, 2013. The Court would appreciate receiving a complete paper courtesy copy of each party's summary judgment filings in chambers by 30 August 2013 and of all future filings as they are made. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 8/22/13. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Agreed motion, NQ 58, denied. The Court will do its best to rule
promptly on the cross motions for summary judgment so everyone can
prepare efficiently if a trial is needed. This case will be two years old by the
trial date and needs resolution sooner rather than later. To keep things on
track, no motion-related deadline will be extended absent some truly
extraordinary circumstance. At this point, the case is second out for trial on
Bradbury's statement of material facts does not conform to the Court's
scheduling Order, NQ 38 at 4. He must file a substituted statement containing
specific record citations for each fact asserted by 28 August 2013. No other
changes in the statement should be made. The Court's Order, NQ 38, also
requires a complete condensed transcript of any deposition cited to be filed
as an exhibit. Bradbury should supplement the record with these condensed
transcripts by 30 August 2013.
Both parties' motion materials are voluminous, even before the required
The Court would appreciate receiving a complete paper
courtesy copy of each party's summary judgment filings in chambers by 30
August 2013 and of all future filings as they are made.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
22 August 2013
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