Hall v. Spencer
ORDER REGARDING FILINGS IN DISTRICT COURTDURING PENDENCY OF APPEALS. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Patricia A. Sullivan on 8/1/2022. (Saucier, Martha)
Case 1:18-cv-00355-WES-PAS Document 94 Filed 08/01/22 Page 1 of 1 PageID #: 1736
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF RHODE ISLAND
CARLOS DEL TORO, SECRETARY,
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY,
C.A. No. 18-355WES
ORDER REGARDING FILINGS IN DISTRICT COURT
DURING PENDENCY OF APPEALS
Plaintiff Lori Hall presently has four appeals and at least two judicial misconduct
complaints pending before the First Circuit Court of Appeals. Recently, she has been emailing
to the Clerk of the District Court documents that appear either filed or intended to be filed in the
Circuit Court of Appeals. This practice has resulted in confusion regarding what is Plaintiff’s
intent, including whether she is seeking relief from the District Court. To avoid confusion,
Plaintiff is hereby ordered to send filings intended to be filed in District Court to the District
Court, following the filing protocol in the Order Regarding Contact with Court Staff (ECF No.
48), and not to email or otherwise send filings intended for the Circuit Court of Appeals to the
District Court. Unless otherwise required by law or by a directive from the Circuit Court of
Appeals, the Clerk is directed to disregard any emails containing documents that either are
copies of documents on file in the Circuit Court of Appeals or are labeled as intended for filing
in the Circuit Court of Appeals.
/s/ Patricia A. Sullivan
PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN
United States Magistrate Judge
August 1, 2022
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