Cross v. Jaeger et al
ORDER - Plaintiff's motion (ECF No. 319 ) is GRANTED IN PART : Plaintiff's copy work limit shall be increased by $15.00 to allow Plaintiff to prepare for the settlement conference. The Clerk shall send a copy of this order extending copy work to NDOC Chief of Inmate Services. (Mailed to NDOC on 10/13/2016.) Signed by Magistrate Judge William G. Cobb on 10/12/2016. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - DRM)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEVADA
MINUTES OF THE COURT
October 12, 2016
PRESENT: THE HONORABLE WILLIAM G. COBB, U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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 to extend copy work account in the amount of $100
(ECF No. 319). Plaintiff states he has exceeded his copy work limit and needs to make copies of
documents for trial. However, Plaintiff has not demonstrated why he requires 1000 pages of copy
work (at $.10 a page). Defendant’s opposition merely suggests a more appropriate extension in the
sum of $10.00. (ECF No. 329.)
The parties have not prepared a Joint Pretrial Order, the filing of which is now not due until
thirty (30) days after the pending motions have been decided and the court-ordered settlement
conference has been held (ECF No. 335). There is no urgency, therefore, to increasing the copy work
limit beyond a reasonable amount to enable Plaintiff to prepare for the settlement conference.
Plaintiff’s motion (ECF No. 319) is GRANTED IN PART. Plaintiff’s copy work limit shall
be increased by $15.00 (which should provide Plaintiff up to 150 copies) to allow Plaintiff to prepare
for the settlement conference. The Clerk shall send a copy of this order extending copy work to the
Chief of Inmate Services for NDOP (P.O. Box 7011 Carson City, NV 89702) so that the funds can
be properly allocated.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
LANCE S. WILSON, CLERK
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