United States of America v. Good
||United States of America
||November 12, 2008
||Alabama Southern District Court
||Kristi K. DuBose
||Bert W. Milling
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||U.S. Government Plaintiff
|Jury Demanded By:
||Petition to Enforce IRS Summons
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|March 17, 2011
ORDER DISMISSING CASE - It is ORDERED that the 15 Notice is GRANTED such that the United States' action against Shane Good is hereby DISMISSED without prejudice. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 3/17/2011. Copies to parties. (sdb)
|February 20, 2009
ORDER granting 10 Motion to Amend. The only change to the previous order is the location of the interview. Shane Good is to appear at the Daphne Municipal Courthouse 2/27/09 at 11:00 as set out. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 2/19/09. (copy mailed) (cmj)
|January 14, 2009
Order granting 1 Petition to Enforce IRS Summons filed by United States of America and enforcing the IRS Summons. SHANE GOOD shall appear in person before IRS Revenue Officer Richard Wilder, or any other officer designated by the IRS, at the follo wing location: IRS Office - 1110 Montlimar Drive, Room300, Mobile, Alabama on Friday, February 27, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., Agent Richard Wilder251/341-5923 at which time Respondent shall comply fully with the Summons and produce books, papers, records, or other requested information, or give testimony in accordance with the summons. The United States Marshal's Service shall serve Respondent with a copy of this Order within 30 days. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 1/14/09. (copy mailed to Respondent, copy to USM and email to USM) (cmj)
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