Smith v. Greyhound Bus Lines

Filing 5

ORDER denying 4 Emergency Notice (Other) filed by David Lee Smith, Signed by Judge Gregory A. Presnell for Judge Patricia C. Fawsett on 6/15/2006. (TKW, )

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Smith v. Greyhound Bus Lines Doc. 5 Case 6:06-cv-00727-PCF-KRS Document 5 Filed 06/15/2006 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ORLANDO DIVISION DAVID LEE SMITH, Plaintiff, v. GREYHOUND BUS LINES, Defendant. CASE NO. 6:06-cv-727-Orl-19KRS ORDER Plaintiff has filed an Emergency Notice to Court (Doc. No. 4, filed June 15, 2006). The document is jumbled and difficult to decipher. It is not clear what relief Plaintiff seeks from the Court concerning the named Defendant. Therefore, the Emergency Notice to Court is DENIED. Further, the Court notes that Plaintiff has labeled the document as an "Emergency." Plaintiff is advised that the use of the term "emergency" on the title of a pleading should be used only in extraordinary circumstances, when there is a true and legitimate emergency. When a pleading is labeled as an "emergency," the Court is compelled to immediately divert its attention from other pending matters and to focus on the "emergency." The present document certainly did not assert matters that constituted an emergency, and Plaintiff should not label any further motions as an "emergency" unless there is a true and legitimate emergency. The failure to comply with this paragraph will result in the imposition of sanctions. DONE AND ORDERED at Orlando, Florida, this 15th day of June, 2006. Copies to: sa 6/15 David Lee Smith Counsel of Record

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