Frank v. Madison County Sherriffs Department et al
ORDER that the plaintiff's Motion to Incur Expenses from Federal Practice Fund 38 and amended motion 44 are granted. Plaintiff's counsel is authorized to incur expenses as proposed, not to exceed $5,750 absent further permission from the court. Ordered by Magistrate Judge Thomas D. Thalken. (JSF)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA
JESSE ALAN FRANK,
TERRY KOTROUS, Captain, and
BILL KUCERA, Sergeant, in their
individual and official capacities,
This matter is before the court on the plaintiff’s Motion to Incur Expenses from
Federal Practice Fund (Filing No. 38).1
The court previously requested additional
information from the plaintiff and plaintiff’s counsel regarding the proposed expenses.
See Filing No. 39 - Order. The plaintiff has provided such information. See Filing Nos.
44 and 45 - SEALED. Upon review of the proposed expenses, the reason for the
expenses, and the plaintiff’s financial affidavit, in accordance with Section 1(b) of
Attachment A to the Amended Plan for the Administration of the Federal Practice Fund
and the Federal Practice Committee (the Plan)2, the court approves plaintiff’s counsel
proposed expenses. Plaintiff’s counsel shall adhere to Section 4 of the Plan when
IT IS ORDERED:
The plaintiff’s Motion to Incur Expenses from Federal Practice Fund (Filing
No. 38) and amended motion (Filing No. 44) are granted.
Plaintiff’s counsel is authorized to incur expenses as proposed, not to
exceed $5,750 absent further permission from the court.
Dated this 19th day of August, 2015.
BY THE COURT:
s/ Thomas D. Thalken
United States Magistrate Judge
The document is titled Projected Expense Sheet, although on CM/ECF the document is titled Motion to
Incur Expenses from Federal Practice Fund.
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