J. W. et al v. The Johnston County Board of Education et al
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 52 Motion to Seal. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 4/22/2014. (Sawyer, D.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
J.W., by and through his parent and
guardian, and BRENDA NEWSOME,
THE JOHNSTON COUNTY BOARD
OF EDUCATION, ED CROOM, in his
individual and official capacities, and
JENNIFER MOORE, in her individual
and official capacities,
On September 3, 2013, defendants Johnston County Board of Education, Ed Croom, and
Jennifer Moore filed a motion to seal exhibits to defendants' motion for summary judgment. See
[D.E. 41]. For good cause shown, defendants' motion [D.E. 41] is GRANTED. The exhibits to
defendants' motion for summary judgment (which are at [D.E. 40]) shall remain under seal and shall
not be available for public inspection until further order of the court.
On October 22, 2013, plaintiffs J.W. and Brenda Newsome filed a motion to seal their
memorandum oflaw opposing defendants' motion for summary judgment and the exhibits attached
to their memorandum oflaw. See [D.E. 52]. The request is overbroad. Plaintiffs' memorandum
oflaw shall not be sealed. Rather, only the exhibits attached to plaintiffs' memorandum oflaw shall
remain under seal. Thus, for good cause shown, plaintiffs' motion [D.E. 52] is GRANTED in part
and DENIED in part. The exhibits to plaintiffs' response (which are at [D.E. 51]) shall remain under
seal and shall not be available for public inspection until further order of the court. Plaintiffs'
memorandum of law in opposition to defendants' motion for summary judgment at (which is at
[D.E. 51]) shall be unsealed.
SO ORDERED. This l l day of April2014.
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