Mathewson v. Core Civic Corporation et al
ORDERED: Mr. Mathewsons Motion for Subpoenas (Doc. 67) is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE and subject to renewal should this matter proceed to trial. Signed by Magistrate Judge John Johnston on 10/9/2019. (HEG) Modified on 10/9/2019 Transmitted electronically to prison for delivery to plaintiff (HEG).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
GREAT FALLS DIVISION
ROBERT J. MATHEWSON, JR.,
CORE CIVIC CORPORATION (aka
CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF
AMERICA), CHIEF BRENT MADRID,
LT. BUSHMAN-WEAVER, and KARI
ALSTEAD (aka KARI KENYON),
Plaintiff Robert Mathewson, a prisoner proceeding in forma pauperis and
without counsel, has filed a document entitled “Plaintiff’s Proposed Order of
Subpoenas for Plaintiff’s Witnesses and the Alternative Clarification of Grants of
Writ ad Testificandum” (Doc. 67) which the Court has construed as a motion for
trial subpoenas to be issued and served by the Court.
Discovery closes in this matter on October 31, 2019 and motions are due on
November 22, 2019. Should this matter proceed to trial, the Court will set a date
when Mr. Mathewson may request trial subpoenas and will provide instructions
regarding the trial process. Further, Mr. Mathewson does not attach proposed
subpoenas and does not seek to have his witnesses testify, appear, or produce
documents at a specified time and place as required by Rule 45 of the Federal
Rules of Civil Procedure.
ACCORDINGLY, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT Mr. Mathewson’s
Motion for Subpoenas (Doc. 67) is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE and subject
to renewal should this matter proceed to trial.
At all times during the pendency of this action, Mr. Mathewson must
immediately advise the Court and opposing counsel of any change of address and
its effective date. Failure to file a notice of change of address may result in the
dismissal of the action for failure to prosecute pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil
DATED this 9th day of October, 2019.
/s/ John Johnston
United States Magistrate Judge
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