Manley v. State of Nevada et al

Filing 231

MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS of the Honorable Magistrate Judge William G. Cobb, on 3/27/2014, denying 217 Motion for Court Order to Extend NDOC Copy Work Limit. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - KR)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEVADA CHARLES S. MANLEY, JR. ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) vs. ) ) STATE OF NEVADA, et al., ) ) Defendants. ) ___________________________________ ) 3:11-cv-00636-RCJ-WGC MINUTES OF THE COURT March 27, 2014 PRESENT: THE HONORABLE WILLIAM G. COBB, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE DEPUTY CLERK: KATIE LYNN OGDEN REPORTER: NONE APPEARING COUNSEL FOR PLAINTIFF(S): NONE APPEARING COUNSEL FOR DEFENDANT(S): NONE APPEARING MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS: Before the court is Plaintiff's Motion for Court Order to Extend the NDOC Copy Work Limit (2nd Request). (Doc. # 217.) The court previously deferred a decision on Plaintiff's motion pending receipt of a report from Defendants concerning the status of Plaintiff's copy work balance. (Doc. # 217.) Subsequent thereto Defendants provided their report (Doc. # 222) and Plaintiff responded (Doc. # 227). After review of the parties' briefing on the subject, the court was still unable to discern an accurate balance of plaintiff's copy work expenditures and directed Defendants to submit a Supplemental Statement regarding Plaintiff's inmate banking accounts. (Doc. # 228.) The court has now received the Defendants' Supplemental Report. (Doc. # 229.) The report reflects that with the addition of the court's recent extension of plaintiff's copy work allowance in this case ($20.00; Doc. # 216), the total amount available to Plaintiff copy work as of March 21, 2014, is $43.40. It thus appears Plaintiff has more than an adequate amount available for copy work funds. Plaintiff's motion (Doc. # 217) is therefore DENIED. IT IS SO ORDERED. LANCE S. WILSON, CLERK By: /s/ Deputy Clerk

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