Carr v. Alabama Department of Youth Services
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|April 27, 2009
ORDER that the requested subpoenas be issued for the following: Queen Barker, Dr. John Stewart, Dudley Perry, Shelia Turner, and Tim Davis. Plaintiff is advised that it is her responsibility to provide the Clerk of the Court the addresses of all witn esses to be subpoenaed. The plaintiff is further advised that Rule 45(c) requires that each of her subpoenas must be accompanied by a witness fee ($40 per day), a subsistence fee ($109 per day) if overnight stay is required, and mileage (at 55 cents per mile each way), or it need not be obeyed. The witnesses will be so informed by the subpoenas. It is plaintiff's responsibility to provide that money to the clerk's office for tender with the subpoenas. The Clerk is DIRECTED to provide this order to the plaintiff by both certified mail and First Class mail. Signed by Honorable Susan Russ Walker on 4/27/2009. Copies mailed CMRRR and First Class mail to Plaintiff as directed. (dmn)
|February 23, 2009
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION that: (1) Defendants' 77 MOTION to Strike be DENIED; and (2) defendants' 40 MOTION for Summary Judgment be DENIED as to plaintiff's breach of contract claim against defendant Alabama Department of Youth Services and GRANTED in all other respects. Objections to R&R due by 3/4/2009. Signed by Honorable Susan Russ Walker on 2/23/2009. (dmn)
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