Banschbach v. Beckwith
ORDER denying wihtou prejudice 45 Motion to Compel; 46 Motion for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery. Signed by Magistrate Judge John Johnston on 4/10/2017. Mailed to Banschbach (TAG)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
M.S.P. CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
Plaintiff Jacob Banschbach, a state prisoner proceeding in forma pauperis,
has filed a Motion to Compel (Doc. 45) and a Motion for Extension of Time to
Complete Discovery (Doc. 46). Once again, Mr. Banschbach has failed to comply
with the rules of this Court and as such the motions will be denied.
With regard to both motions, Mr. Banschbach failed to comply with Local
Rule 7.1(c)(1) which requires that, “the text of the motion must state that other
parties have been contacted and state whether any party objects to the motion.”
There is no indication in either motion that Mr. Banschbach has complied with
Local Rule 7.1. Mr. Banschbach has been repeatedly told to comply with this rule.
In addition, as set forth in the Court’s October 7, 2016 Scheduling Order,
The Court will not consider motions to compel or other discovery
disputes unless the moving party complies with Fed. R. Civ. P.
37(a)(1) (“The motion must include a certification that the movant has
in good faith conferred or attempted to confer with the person or party
failing to make disclosure or discovery in an effort to obtain it without
court action.”); D. Mont. L.R. 7.1(c)(1) (“The text of the motion must
state that other parties have been contacted and state whether any
party objects to the motion.”); and D. Mont. L.R. 26.3(c) (“The Court
will deny any discovery motion unless the parties have conferred
concerning all disputed issues before the motion is filed.”).
(Doc. 38 at 7) There is no indication in Mr. Banschbach’s motion to compel that
he complied with these rules.
Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT Mr. Banschbach’s Motion
to Compel (Doc. 45) and Motion for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery
(Doc. 46) are DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE and subject to renewal upon
compliance with the Court’s rules.
DATED this 10th day of April 2017.
/s/ John Johnston
United States Magistrate Judge
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