United States of America v. Moody

Filing 7

ORDER: The pro se defendant shall ECF file by December 18,2015 proof that the default judgment has been paid in full. The Government shall ECF file any reply by December 25, 2015. A copy of this order was mailed to the pro se defendant from chambers and by regular mail. Ordered by Judge Frederic Block on 11/19/2015. (mji)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK --------------------------------------------------x UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, -against- ORDER 98-CV-5574 (FB) (CLP) VIOLET MOODY, Defendant. --------------------------------------------------x Appearances: For the Plaintiff: LIBERATORE JOSEPH IANNARONE FRANCIS E. MULLEN Mullen & Iannarone, P.C. 300 E. Main Street Smithtown, NY 11787 For the Defendant: VIOLET MOODY, pro se BLOCK, Senior District Judge: The Court has received a letter from Violet Moody stating that she has fully paid the default judgment against her in the above-captioned action. The Court construes such letter as a motion for a hearing to determine whether the Court will issue an order of garnishment. Although the United States of America has not yet moved for such an order, in an effort to expedite the proceedings and to give Ms. Moody, who is proceeding pro se, adequate time to prepare, the Court orders Ms. Moody to submit to the Court documentation by December 18, 2015, demonstrating that she has fully paid the judgment. Should the United States of America dispute Ms. Moody’s claim, it shall respond within one week of the Court’s receipt of her documentation to satisfy the Court that a balance on the judgment is still outstanding. Decision on a motion for a hearing is deferred pending receipt of the parties’ submissions. SO ORDERED. /S/ Frederic Block___________ FREDERIC BLOCK Senior United States District Judge Brooklyn, New York November 19, 2015 2

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