Fischiettie v. Shelby County, Tennessee

Filing 11

ORDER denying as premature 8 Motion for Discovery. Signed by Chief Magistrate Judge Tu M. Pham on June 4, 2024. (shk)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE WESTERN DIVISION JONTAE A’RON AUSTIN FISCHIETTIE, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) SHELBY COUNTY, TENNESSEE, ) ) Defendant. ) No. 24-cv-02353-MSN-tmp ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION AS PREMATURE Pro se Plaintiff Jontae A’ron Austin Fischiettie filed a motion requesting that the court order production of documents from Defendant Shelby County. (ECF No. 8.) However, Shelby County has not yet responded to Fischiettie’s complaint and a scheduling order has not yet been entered. Therefore, the plaintiff’s motion DENIED as premature. The defendant must first appear and respond to the complaint, a scheduling conference is held, and a scheduling order must be entered pursuant to Rule 16(b). After all of these steps have been taken, and after he attempts to obtain discovery from the defendant, may Fischiettie file a motion for discovery. IT IS SO ORDERED. s/ Tu M. Pham TU M. PHAM Chief United States Magistrate Judge June 4, 2024 Date

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