Lord v. Flanagan

Defendant: Michael Flanagan
Plaintiff: Daniel Lord
Case Number: 2:2013cv00026
Filed: April 5, 2013
Court: Montana District Court
Office: Butte Office
County: GALLATIN
Presiding Judge: Dana L. Christensen
Referring Judge: Jeremiah C. Lynch
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Other
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Jury Demanded By: Both

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Date Filed#Document Text
January 7, 2014 32 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 29 Motion to Quash subpoena duces tecum; denying 29 Motion for Protective Order changing location of deposition. Signed by Jeremiah C. Lynch on 1/7/2014. (TXB, )
February 24, 2014 43 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER denying 40 Motion to reconsider and/or object to magistrate's order. Signed by Chief Judge Dana L. Christensen on 2/24/2014. (dle)

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