LaFrauchi, David v. Dittmann, Michael et al

Filing 21

Memorandum that for the remainder of this lawsuit plaintiff need only send a copy of his filings in this case to the court pursuant to an informal service agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Justice. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen L. Crocker on 7/13/2011. (jef),(ps)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN _________________________________________________________________________________________ DAVID LAFRANCHI, ORDER Plaintiff, v. 11-cv-143-slc MICHAEL DITTMANN, GARY HAMBLIN, DEBORAH MEJCHAR, SALLY WESS and RANDY TRINUD 1, Defendants. __________________________________________________________________________________ The Wisconsin Department of Justice has indicated that it will represent the defendants in this case. Pursuant to an informal service agreement between the Department and this court, the Department has agreed to accept electronic service of documents on behalf of the defendants it represents. Therefore, for the remainder of this lawsuit, plaintiff does not have to send a paper copy of each document he files with the court to the Department. All he has to do is submit the document to the court, and the Department will access the document through the court’s electronic filing system. Discovery requests or responses are an exception to the electronic service rule. Usually, those documents should be sent directly to counsel for the opposing party and do not have to be sent to the court. Discovery procedures will be explained more fully at the preliminary pretrial conference. Entered this 13th day of July, 2011. BY THE COURT: /s/ STEPHEN L. CROCKER Magistrate Judge 1 I have amended the caption to replace Chaplain M ejchar with the name Deborah M ejchar and the name Lt. Trinud with the name Randy Trinud as identified in the Acceptance of Service.

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