McFarland v. Tenn. Dept. of Corrections et al
ORDER: Plaintiff's motion to issue a subpoena as requested for the personnel files of these employees 47 is Denied. Tennessee Attorney General's Office is hereby ORDERED to file under SEAL the last known address for defendant Linda Tha bet. This information shall be filed under seal on or before 7/3/2013. Upon the filing of this address, the U.S. Marshal shall attempt to serve the process on defendant Thabet at this address. Signed by Magistrate Judge John S. Bryant on 6/20/13. (xc:Pro se party by regular and certified mail.)(DOCKET TEXT SUMMARY ONLY-ATTORNEYS MUST OPEN THE PDF AND READ THE ORDER.)(dt)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE
DAVID ELAM, et al.,
O R D E R
Plaintiff McFarland, a prisoner proceeding pro se, has
filed his motion to issue a subpoena duces tecum (Docket Entry No.
By this motion, plaintiff McFarland seeks to subpoena the
Corrections for the production of personnel files for defendants
Elam, Thabet, Phillipe and Keeling as well as the current address
for defendant Thabet. As grounds for this motion, plaintiff states
that he has been unable to obtain service of process on defendant
Thabet because he has been informed that she is no longer employed
by the Tennessee Department of Corrections.
Plaintiff states that
he needs a current address for her in order to obtain service.
Plaintiff’s motion to issue a subpoena as requested for
the personnel files of these employees is DENIED because plaintiff
Nevertheless, the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office is hereby
ORDERED to file under SEAL the last known address for defendant
This information shall be filed under seal on or
before July 3, 2013.
Upon the filing of this address, the U.S.
Marshal shall attempt to serve the process on defendant Thabet at
It is so ORDERED.
s/ John S. Bryant
JOHN S. BRYANT
United States Magistrate Judge
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