J.H., by next friend Betty Harris v. Williamson County et al
ORDER granting 283 Motion to Seal Document. Motion granted. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jeffery S. Frensley on 10/26/17. (am)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE
J.H., by Conservator BETTY HARRIS,
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, BETSY ADGENT,
STEVE MCMAHAN, and
U.S. Magistrate Judge
Case No. 3-14-2356
Magistrate Judge Frensley
MOTION OF DEFENDANT WILLIAMSON COUNTY TO FILE RESPONSE UNDER
Comes Defendant Williamson County pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 5.2(d), and moves this
Court to allow it to file its response to Plaintiff’s “Motion and Memorandum to Unseal Records”
(Doc. 279) under seal. In support of this Motion, the County would show as follows:
This Court ordered, on February 27, 2017, that the parties brief certain issues regarding
an expunged criminal record by no later than March 22, 2017 and file replies no later than April
4. The Court specifically stated that documents confidential either by application of state law or
orders of other courts may be filed under seal. (Doc. 146). After considering arguments of the
parties, the Court entered an order outlining parameters for use of the expunged criminal record,
but, recognizing the confidential nature of the material, the Court placed its order under seal as
well (Doc. 206).
Because the response of the County to Plaintiff’s Motion to Unseal will
necessarily discuss the substance of the Order that the Court placed under seal, as well as other
sealed documents, and because of the confidential nature of expunged records, the County avers
that filing under seal is appropriate.
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