Ansel v. Hicks et al
ORDER that the parties have ninety (90) days from the date of this Order in which to file any dispositive motions; that in the event any such dispositive motion is filed, the opposing party shall have thirty (30) days in which to file a response with this Court; and granting Plaintiff's 15 Motion for Leave to Take Discovery. Signed by Chief Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr on 9/8/11. (Pro se litigant served by US Mail.)(siw)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
CLARENCE HICKS, et al.,
THIS MATTER comes before the Court on the Court’s own motion and Plaintiff’s
Motion for Leave to Take Early Discovery. (Doc. No. 15).
On May 11, 2011, the Plaintiff filed a civil rights Complaint under 42 U.S.C. § 1983
which included allegations of retaliation and denial of due process. (Doc. No. 1). On June 6,
2011 Plaintiff’s Motion to Amend his Complaint was granted to reflect that Defendant (FNU)
Hodges is Brandon Hodges and Defendant Eric Freeman is John Mark Freeman. (Doc. No. 7).
As of August 12, 2011, all of the Defendants have filed an Answer to Plaintiff’s Complaint
asserting standard defenses including failure to exhaust and failure to state a claim for relief.
(Doc. No. 14).
The Court advises the parties that should they choose to file any dispositive motions,
particularly motions for summary judgment, they must do so within ninety (90) days of the date
of this Order.
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that:
That the parties have ninety (90) days from the date of this Order in which to file
any dispositive motions;
That in the event any such dispositive motion is filed, the opposing party shall
have thirty (30) days in which to file a response with this Court; and
Plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to Take Discovery (Doc. No. 15) is GRANTED.
Signed: September 8, 2011
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