STEHN v. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
ORDER for Response to Motion to Dismiss Motion to Quash. Ordered by Judge Hugh Lawson on 6/21/2012. (nbp)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
TIMOTHY R. STEHN,
No. 7:12-MC-1 (HL)
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE,
On June 18, 2012, Defendant Department of Defense filed a Motion to
Dismiss Plaintiff’s Motion to Quash (Doc. 4-1). Since Plaintiff is proceeding pro se,
the Court deems it appropriate and necessary to advise him of his obligations in
responding to said Motion and of the consequences which he may suffer if he fails
to file a proper response thereto.
Plaintiff is advised:
that a Motion to Dismiss has been filed herein on behalf of
that he has the right to oppose the granting of said Motion; and,
that if he fails to oppose said Motion, the complaint against Defendant
may be dismissed.
Plaintiff is further advised that under the procedures and policies of this
Court, motions to dismiss are normally decided on briefs. The Court considers the
complaint and briefs filed by the parties in deciding whether dismissal is
appropriate under the law.
Failure of Plaintiff to respond to the Motion to Dismiss may result in the
granting of said Motion. There would be no trial or any further proceedings as to
the Defendant seeking dismissal.
Accordingly, Plaintiff is directed to file a response to the Motion to Dismiss
no later than Thursday, July 12, 2012. Defendant will then have the opportunity to
file a reply brief as provided by the Local Rules. Thereafter, the Court will consider
the Motion. If no response is submitted by Plaintiff, the Court will consider said
Motion to be uncontested.
The Clerk is directed to serve Plaintiff at the address listed on the docket.
SO ORDERED, this the 21st day of June, 2012.
s/ Hugh Lawson
HUGH LAWSON, SENIOR JUDGE
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