Brass v. Williams et al
ORDER re 59 Order on Motion. Attorney Mark D. Eibert for George Brass added. FURTHER ORDERED that within 60 days of entry of this Order, counsel shall file either any additional request for relief or a joint statement. Signed by Chief Judge Gloria M. Navarro on 10/17/16. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF, cc: CJA Coordinator, Petitioner and pursuant to Order - JM)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
BRIAN WILLIAMS, SR., et al.,
Following upon the Court’s prior order (ECF No. 59) in this habeas matter,
IT IS ORDERED that Mark D. Eibert, Esq., P.O. Box 1126, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019,
650-712-8380, is appointed as limited-purpose advisory counsel for petitioner pursuant to 18
U.S.C. § 3006A(a)(2)(B).
IT FURTHER IS ORDERED that, as promptly as possible, given the sixty (60) day
reporting deadline herein, advisory counsel shall confer with appointed counsel as to the
nature of the past communication issues between counsel and petitioner, examine any record
and other materials pertinent to such issues, and consult with petitioner in proper person
about the representation and the case.
IT FURTHER IS ORDERED that, within sixty (60) days of entry of this order, counsel
shall file either: (a) through appointed counsel, any additional requests for relief to be sought,
if any, as of that time; or (b) a joint statement by appointed counsel and advisory counsel that,
following the consultation, nothing further is to be presented to the Court at that tim e.
IT FURTHER IS ORDERED that the appointment of advisory counsel thereafter will
be continued and/or resumed subsequently only by express order of the Court.
The Court is holding action in the interim on the pending motion (ECF No. 43) to stay
and motion (ECF No. 47) to dismiss, subject to the caveat in the prior order (ECF No. 59).
The Clerk shall regenerate notices of electronic filing to Mr. Eibert as to all prior filings
The Clerk further shall SEND electronic notice of this order to the CJA Coordinator and
a hard copy of this order to petitioner in proper person at his institutional address and shall
note said transmittal to petitioner either in the docket entry for this order or an associated
docket entry, as per the Clerk’s customary practice for such entries.
DATED: October 17, 2016
Gloria M. Navarro, Chief Judge
United States District Court
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