McCallan v. Wilkins
||Carly B. Wilkins
||June 25, 2018
||US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
||William Keith Watkins
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|September 17, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: it is ORDERED as follows: 1) Appellant Timothy McCallan's 2:18-CV-604 motion (Doc. # 1 -1) for leave to file an interlocutory appeal, is DENIED; 2) Appellee Carly B. Wilkins's motions (Docs. # 2 of both 2 :18-CV-604, and 2:18-CV-608) to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction are GRANTED; 3) Appellee's motions (Docs. # 10 of 2:18-CV-604, and # 12 of 2:18-CV-608) to strike McCallan's brief in support of his appeals are DENIED as moot; 4) While the court will, at this time, give McCallan and his attorneys the benefit of the doubt regarding the frivolousness of these actions, McCallan and his attorneys are urged to think carefully about the merits of their filings with this court going forward; 5) The appeals in 2:18-CV-604 and 2:18-CV-608 are DISMISSED. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 9/17/2018. (wcl, )
|September 4, 2018
ORDER re Motions to Appear Telephonically at Hearing (2:18-CV-604 Doc. # 15 , and 2:18-CV-608 Doc. # 17), it is ORDERED that the motions are GRANTED; It is the obligation of McCallan's counsel to make the appropriate technical arrangements with courtroom deputy, Wanda Robinson, at (334) 954-3977. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 9/4/2018. (furn: wr) (wcl, )
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