Williams v. Plantation Police Department et al
ORDER granting 98 Motion for Leave to Appear in Civilian Clothing. Signed by Judge William J. Zloch on 9/10/2008. (bc)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA CASE NO. 07-60383-CIV-ZLOCH RONALD C. WILIAMS, Plaintiff, ORDER vs. JOSEPH MERCOGLIANO, STEVEN BOWSER, and JASON GRACE, Defendants. / THIS MATTER is before the Court upon Plaintiff Ronald C. Williams's Emergency Motion To Permit His Attendance At Trial In Civilian Clothing And Remain Unrestrained During The Trial
Proceedings (DE 98).
The Court has carefully reviewed said Motion
and the entire court file and is otherwise fully advised in the premises. Accordingly, after due consideration, it is ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that Plaintiff Ronald C. Williams's Emergency Motion To Permit His Attendance At Trial In Civilian Clothing And Remain Unrestrained During The Trial Proceedings (DE 98) be and the same is hereby GRANTED as follows: 1. To the extent the instant Motion seeks leave for Plaintiff Ronald C. Williams to appear at trial in civilian clothing, it be and the same is hereby GRANTED; 2. Plaintiff shall comply with any and all preconditions of the United States Marshals Service that may apply to the provision
of civilian clothing to Plaintiff and his wearing it throughout the trial; and 3. The decision to allow Plaintiff to appear during trial proceedings unrestrained shall rest strictly with the United States Marshals Service, and Plaintiff is directed to contact that office directly. DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers at Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, this 10th day of September, 2008.
WILLIAM J. ZLOCH United States District Judge Copies furnished: All Counsel Of Record
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