Nunley v. DOJ, et al
ORDER re 56 MOTION to Stay the Proceedings filed by Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Agency, Officer Halfacre, Federal Narcotics Agents, Civil Case Terminated. Motions terminated: 56 MOTION to Stay the Proceedings filed by De partment of Justice, Drug Enforcement Agency,Officer Halfacre, Federal Narcotics Agents granted pending decision whether to file a petition for certiorari. When decision is made, or time for filing petition has expired, the defendants are to notify the court and, if appropriate, file a motion to reopen the case . Signed by Judge Beverly Stites Jones on 3/3/06. (ct)
Nunley v. DOJ, et al
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE DIVISION
JAMES ALLEN NUNLEY v. Civil No. 02-5199
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE; DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION; OFFICER HALFACRE, Individually and in his official capacities; UNKNOWN FEDERAL NARCOTICS AGENT, Individually and in their official capacities ORDER
On February 14, 2006, a schedule was established for the submission of additional material to the court (Doc. 55). On March 2, 2006, the defendants filed a motion to stay (Doc. 56). In the motion, defendants indicate the Solicitor General is in the process of deciding whether to file a petition for certiorari in this case. The defendants ask that the case be stayed pending the determination of the Solicitor General. The motion to stay is granted. This case is hereby stayed and administratively terminated while the decision is made whether to file a petition for certiorari. As soon as the decision is made, or the time for filing such a petition has expired, the defendants are directed to notify the court and if appropriate file a motion to reopen this case. IT IS SO ORDERED this 3rd day of March 2006.
/s/ Beverly Stites Jones UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
AO72A (Rev. 8/82)
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