Baymon v. Federal Compress Warehouse
ORDER STAYING CASE for 30 days from this date, for plaintiff to retain counsel. On or before the deadline, counsel shall enter an appearance herein, or the plaintiff shall notify the court in writing that she intends to proceed without counsel. Plaintiff warned that failure to comply will result in a recommendation that the case be dismissed. Signed by David A. Sanders on 12/3/2008. Plaintiff copied at her last known address. (maw, USDC)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI GREENVILLE DIVISION DELOIS BAYMON V. FEDERAL COMPRESS WAREHOUSE ORDER STAYING CASE Before the Court are the pro se plaintiff's oral motion for additional time in which to retain counsel to represent her in this action and the defendant's response in opposition. The Court has duly noted the defendant's objections; however, the same are overruled in light of the plaintiff's efforts to obtain counsel and her timely request for an extension. Accordingly, the plaintiff shall be granted thirty (30) days from this date in which to retain counsel. On or before said deadline, the plaintiff's new attorney shall enter an appearance herein, or the plaintiff shall notify the Court in writing that she intends to proceed without counsel. All proceedings shall be STAYED pending the foregoing period. The plaintiff is warned that should she fail to comply with this order, it will be my recommendation that this action be dismissed. SO ORDERED this 3rd day of December, 2008. PLAINTIFF NO. 4:08CV14-M-B DEFENDANT
/s/ David A. Sanders UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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