Skakel v. Murphy
NOTICE by Peter J. Murphy re 50 Memorandum in Opposition to Motion of manual filing (O'Hare, Michael)
Skakel v. Murphy
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT MICHAEL C. SKAKEL, Petitioner, v. PETER J. MURPHY, Respondent. : : : : : JANUARY 15, 2009
Case No. 3:07 CV 1625 (PCD)
NOTICE OF MANUAL FILING Please take notice that the respondent has manually filed the following documents: Appendices T and U to respondent's "Motion for Summary Judgment," "Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment," "Local Rule 56(a)1 Statement," and "Objection to Petitioner's Motion for Summary Judgment and Reply to Petitioner's Memorandum in Support Thereof" These documents have not been filed electronically because [X]   [ ] the document or thing cannot be converted to an electronic format the electronic file size of the document exceeds 1.5 megabytes the document or thing is filed under seal pursuant to Local Rule of Civil Procedure 5(d) or Local Rule of Criminal Procedure 57(b) Plaintiff/Def endant is excused from filing this document or thing by Court order.
The document or thing has been manually served on all parties. Respectfully submitted, W ARDEN PETER J. MURPHY MacDOUGALL-WALKER CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION RESPONDENT By: /s/ Michael E. O'Hare MICHAEL E. O'HARE Supervisory Assistant State's Attorney Office of the Chief State's Attorney 300 Corporate Place Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067-1829 Tel. No. (860) 258-5887 Fax No. (860) 258-5968 Federal Bar No. ct 05318
CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that a copy of the foregoing document was mailed, first class postage prepaid, to counsel for the petitioner: Attorney Hope C. Seeley, Attorney Hubert J. Santos and Attorney Sandra L. Snaden, Santos and Seeley, P.C., 51 Russ Street, Hartford, Connecticut, 06106, Tel. No. (860) 249-6548, Fax No. (860) 724-5533, on January 15, 2009.
/s/ Michael E. O'Hare MICHAEL E. O'HARE Supervisory Assistant State's Attorney
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