Greene v. Norris
CONSENT PROTECTIVE ORDER regarding confidential information 153 . Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 7/25/11. (vjt)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
JACK GORDON GREENE
CASE NO. 5:04-CV-00373-SWW
CONSENT PROTECTIVE ORDER
1. On March 25,2011 plaintiff Jack Gordon Greene caused a subpoena duces tecum to
be issued to Dr. Christina Pietz which sought all records in the possession or control ofthe U.S.
Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri related to Jack Gordon Greene.
2. The parties have agreed that the records would be provided upon the conditions set
3. The parties recognize that the defendant in this case and defendants attorney's will
need access to these records. The parties agree that plaintiff may provide the records, if
requested to defendant's attorneys. However, the records may be provided only upon condition
that defendant and defendant's attorneys agree to comply with this consent protective order.
4. The right of access to all materials provided pursuant to the subpoena shall be limited
to the parties, counsel for the parties and their staff, and witnesses or others assisting in
preparation for hearings required to review the records in the course oftheir duties. The right of
access to these records shall be provided only if a party or counsel for the party agrees to be
bound by the terms of this order. Any person having access to information which is the subject
of this order shall be informed that it is confidential and subject to the non-disclosure order of the
5. Except as provided in this order no person having access to material subject to this
order, shall make public disclosure of these materials, and no use shall be made ofthese
documents or the information contained in them for any purpose other than trial preparation or
trial in this litigation.
6. Nothing contained in this order shall be construed as precluding plaintiffs or
defendants from introducing materials that are subject to this order, or the contents thereof, into
evidence at trial of this case. However, in the event that any material subject to this order is used
in any court proceeding herein, it shall not lose it's status through such use and the parties shall
take reasonable steps necessary to protect it's confidentiality.
7. Upon conclusion of this action, including appeals, all copies of the records protected
by this order made pursuant to the terms of this order shall be returned to the intervener or
destroyed within sixty days by the parties possessing the records.
8. No modification of this order will be made, nor any additional use of these documents
authorized, except on order of court following written application to the court and after an
opportunity for all parties to be heard.
9. This order shall be effective upon all persons including, parties, council, council staff
and witnessess in the litigation. It is enforceable by the content powers of this court.
ITIS SO ORDERED on this
,t="J day ofJuly 2011.
/s/ Dan Stripling
Assistant U.S. Attorney
/s/ Josh Lee
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Assistant Federal Public Defender
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