Harrington v. Renzenberger, Inc. et al
ORDER granting 17 Motion to Withdraw as Attorney. Joshua P. Wunderlich is allowed to withdraw as counsel for plaintiff Jakida Harrington. Signed by Magistrate Judge K. Gary Sebelius on 9/25/2017. Mailed to pro se party plaintiff Jakida Harrington by regular mail and certified mail. Certified Tracking Number: 7010278000319280765.(wh)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS
Case No. 17-2226-JAR
This matter comes before the court upon Joshua P. Wunderlich’s Motion to Withdraw as
Counsel for Plaintiff (ECF No. 17).
D. Kan. Rule 83.5.5(a) states that an attorney seeking to withdraw whose client will be
left without counsel must file a motion that sets forth the reasons for withdrawal, provide
evidence that notice was given to the client about certain case-related information, and serve the
motion on the client and all other parties. The present motion and the separately-filed Return of
Service substantially satisfy the D. Kan. Rule 83.5.5(a) requirements. Accordingly, the motion to
withdraw is granted.
Ms. Harrington is put on notice that she is no longer represented by an attorney in this
matter and is personally responsible for her case. In addition, Ms. Harrington must comply with
all Rules of Civil Procedure. Particularly, D. Kan. Rule 5.1(d) requires a pro se party to notify
the clerk of the court in writing of his address and telephone number and any changes thereafter.
If Mr. Harrington wishes to register and have access to the court’s Electronic Filing System, she
must follow the instructions provided by the local rules and on the district’s website
A copy of this order was mailed to Ms. Harrington by regular and certified mail at the
residential address provided in the motion to withdraw.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Joshua P. Wunderlich’s Motion to Withdraw as
Counsel for Plaintiff (ECF No. 17) is granted.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated this 25th day of September, 2017, at Topeka, Kansas.
s/ K. Gary Sebelius
K. Gary Sebelius
U.S. Magistrate Judge
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