Spires v. Paul et al

Filing 190

ORDER construing Plaintiff's 189 Response as a motion for an extension of time and granting said motion. The Court extends the pretrial deadlines as follows: Proposed Pretrial Order due by 4/11/2019; Motions in Limine due by 4/25/2019; and R esponses to Motions in Limine due by 05/09/2019. Plaintiff requests the Clerk to send him copies of all exhibits and evidence submitted to the Court. If Plaintiff needs new copies he may obtain them from the Clerk at the standard cost of fifty cents per page. Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 03/26/2019. (jlh)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA STATESBORO DIVISION CURTIS SPIRES, a/k/a JIMMIE CANUPP JR., Plaintiff, CV 611-045 V. JOHN PAUL, Deputy Warden of Care and Treatment, Georgia * State Prison, and OFFICER TAMMIE * THOMAS, Emergency Response Team, * Georgia State Prison, * Defendants. ORDER On March 8, 2019, the Court entered an Order and Notice of Pretrial Proceedings that set certain pretrial deadlines for this case. {Doc. 187.) On March 22nd, Plaintiff, a pro se party, filed a response stating he never received the proposed pretrial order form customarily sent to pro se prisoners. (See Doc. 189.) Plaintiff also requested an extension to comply with the Court's March 8th Order. The Court will construe this filing as a motion for extension of time and GRANT the motion. Because Plaintiff never received a proposed pretrial order form, the Court extends the pretrial deadlines as follows: LAST DAY TO FILE PROPOSED PRETRIAL ORDERS April 11, 2019 LAST DAY TO FILE MOTIONS IN LIMINE April 25, 2019 LAST DAY TO FILE RESPONSES TO May 9, 2019 MOTIONS IN LIMINE The pretrial conference and jury selection and trial assignment dates set in the Court's March 8th Order shall remain in effect. Finally, Plaintiff requests the Clerk send him a copy of all exhibits and evidence he submitted to the Court during this case. The Court reminds Plaintiff of the instructions the United States Magistrate Judge issued in the Order of June 7, 2011 {Doc. 10), namely that it is Plaintiff's responsibility to maintain his own records. If Plaintiff needs new copies, he may obtain them from the Clerk at the standard cost of fifty ($0.50) cents per page. The Clerk is DIRECTED to send Plaintiff a copy of the docket with this Order. ORDER ENTERED at Augusta, Georgia, this day of March, 2019. J. R^NMVHALL,'' CHIEF JUDGE UNIT^P^^ATES DISTRICT COURT :HERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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