Gress v. Smith, et al.

Filing 145

ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman on 12/13/2016 ORDERING plaintiff's attorney's request for authority to incur costs by appointed pro bono counsel Ryan Daugherty is DENIED. (Crouch, J)

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Print Form . IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA Fichael Gress Plaintiff(s) vs. t=hristopher Smith, et at Defendants. No. ~:13-CV-00328-~N REQUEST FOR AUTHORITY TO INCUR COSTS (APPOINTED COUNSEL) AND REQUEST FOR PAYMENT ________________1 REQUEST OF PRO BONO FOR PRE-APPROVAL OF EXPENDITURES Complete this form and return. it to the court (with two copies) for approval prior to incurring the cost for which reimbursement is requested. I, ~an Daugherty , attorney for plaintiff(s), declare as follows: , by the I was appointed to re.present plaintiff(s) in this action on jSePtember 23, 2013 , United States District JudgeiMagistrate. Honorable ~endall Newman I believe that the following course of action is reasonably necessary to the prosecution of this action: attached (e.g., deposition of _ _ _ _ _ _--', defendant herein). I have made reasonable inquiIy and believe that the cost of this course of action will not exceed the amount of $ ~102. I therefore request that this court authorize the expenditure in an amount not to exceed that stated above for the completion of this contemplated course of action. I REQUEST OF PRO BONO FOR PRE-APPROVAL OF EXPENDITURES - PAGE 2 Case Number: The following payments of costs have been heretofore approved in this matter: Amount Approved Amount Paid Purpose I II II II I I I I I I I I I I [ II I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. , California. Signed this The above expenditure is _ _ _ _Approved V Denied --+\(T:--­ Or, ----Good cause appearing therefore, this matter is set for discovery conference, pursuant to rule _ _~, on _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _, at _ _ _ _, _.M. in Courtroom Number_ _ _. Dated: 1«:1 - [3 I 1,.a IL,

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