Peeler v. Federal Bureau of Investigation
INITIAL REVIEW ORDER Discovery due by 9/13/2015 Dispositive Motions due by 10/13/2015 Signed by Judge Robert N. Chatigny on 2/12/2015.(Payton, R.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTR]CT OF CONNECTICUT
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FEDERAL
BUREAU OF TNVESTIGATION
a Connecticut inmate, brings this action pro
pursuant to 42 U.S.C. S 1983 against the Federal Bureau of
alleging that the defendant has i-mproperly denied
his request under the Freedom of InformatJ-on Act, 5 U.S.C. S 552,
for a record of al-l calls to and from his pager.
Under 28 U.S.C. S 19154, the Court must review a prisoner's
complaint against a governmental- entity and dismiss any part of
the compJ-aint that is frivol-ous or malicj-ous or fails
cl-aim on which relief
may be granted.
to withstand this initial-
(1) The Clerk shaJ-l serve the compJ-aint on the U.S.
Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation
twenty-one (2I) days from the date of this order in accordance
with the procedure for effecting
(2) The defendanÈ shall fite
service on a federal- agency.
a response to the complaint,
either an ansl¡Ier or motion to dismiss, within seventy (70) days
from the date of this order. If the defendant chooses to fite
answer, the defendant shal-I admit or deny the allegations
respond to the claim recited above. The defendant also
include any and aJ-J- additional- defenses permitted by the Federaf
(3) Discovery, pursuant to Federal- Rul-es of Civil Procedure
26 through 37, shall- be completed within seven months (210 days)
from the date of this order. Discovery requests need not
filed with the court.
(4) Al-l motions for suÍìmary judgment shall- be filed within
eight, months (24O days) from the date of this order.
(5) Pursuant to Local- civil Rul-e I (a), a nonmovíng party
must respond to a dispositive motion within twenty-one (2I) days
of the date the motion
If no response is fiJ-ed, or
the response is not timely, the dispositive motj-on can be granted
(6) If the plaintiff
changes his address at any time during
of this case, Local Court Rul-e 83.1(c)2 provides
that the pJ-aintiff
notify the court.
Failure to do so can
resul-t in the dismissal of the case. The plaintiff
notice of a new address even if he is incarcerated.
PLEASE NOTE MY NEVü ADDRESS
It is not enough to just put the
on the notice.
address on a letter without
indicating that it is a new address. If the plaint.iff has more
than one pending case, he should j-ndicate all of the case numbers
in the notification of change of address. The pJ-aintiff should
also notify the defendant or the attorney for the defendant of
his new address.
So ordered this
day of February 2015.
Robert N Chatigny
United States Distríct Judge
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