MCGILLVARY v. UNION COUNTY NEW JERSEY, et. al

Filing 46

LETTER ORDER denying 43 Motion for Default Judgment. The Court reminds Plaintiff that he shall file a motion seeking to lift the stay and re-open this matter 45 days from the completion of the state criminal proceedings. Signed by Judge Madeline Cox Arleo on 5/17/17. (sr, )(N/M)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY MARTIN LUTHER KING COURTHOUSE ROOM 2060 50 WALNUT ST. NEWARK, NJ 07101 973-297-4903 CHAMBERS OF MADELINE COX ARLEO UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE May 17, 2017 VIA REGULAR MAIL & CERTIFIED MAIL Caleb L. McGillvary 210329 15 Elizabethtown Plaza Elizabeth, N.J. 07202 VIA ECF Counsel for Defendants LETTER ORDER Re: CALEB L. MCGILLVARY v. UNION COUNTY NEW JERSEY, et al., Civil Action No. 15-8840 Dear Litigants: This matter comes before the Court by way of Plaintiff Caleb McGillvary’s (“Plaintiff”) Motion for Default Judgment against Defendant Robert J. Pandina. Dkt. No. 43. This matter is currently stayed pending the outcome of Plaintiff’s state criminal proceeding. See Order dated Nov. 16, 2016, Dkt. No. 42. In moving for default, Plaintiff reasserts challenges to the underlying criminal action, but he has not instructed the Court that the criminal action has completed, as required by the November 16 Order. IT IS on this the 17th day of May, 2017, ORDERED that Plaintiff’s motion for default judgment is DENIED. The Court reminds Plaintiff that he shall file a motion seeking to lift the stay and re-open this matter 45 days from the completion of the state criminal proceedings. /s Madeline Cox Arleo__________ Hon. Madeline Cox Arleo United States District Judge 1

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