Waters v. Georgia Department of Corrections et al

Filing 16

ORDER that service of process shall be effected on Defendants. The Court ORDERS Defendants to respond to any outstanding motions on or before the deadline of their first responsive pleading. Signed by Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps on 3/17/17. (cmr) (Additional attachment(s) added on 3/17/2017: # 1 usm 285s) (cmr).

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AO 399(01/09) Waiver of the Service ofSununons United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia Willie Waters Plaintiff V. Civil Action No. CV316-076 GA Department of Corrections. ET AL Defendant WAIVER OF THE SERVICE OF SUMMONS To: Willie Waters (Name ofthe plaintiffs attorney or unrepresented plcdntiff) two ^ ^ havethis waiver form,and ato waive means ofreturning onein this action along with ato you. the complaint copies of received your request prepaid service ofa summons signed copy ofthe form copy of ' I, or the entity I represent, agree to save the expense ofserving a summons and complaint in this case. ^ represent, any objections to the or objections to the or ofservice. jurisdiction, and the venue ofthe action, but that I waivewill keep all defensesabsence ofa summonslawsuit, the court's ^ understand that I, or the entity I represent, must file and serve an answer or a motion under Rule 12 within f? States). IfI fail to do so, a defaultjudgment will be entered against me or the entity I represent. sent outside the it was United Date: Signature ofthe attorney or unrepresentedparty Georgia Department of Corrections Printed name ofparty waiving service ofsummons Printed name Address E-mcdl address Telephone number Duty to Avoid Unnecessary Expenses ofServing a Summons .he U„i./d Sm.es wm be requimd 4'p^e Bm a summons ^ a pbindfflocated i. »"<'objectiom. but you caimot object to the absence of

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