United States of America v. $34,796.49, more or less, in U.S. Currency et al
||United States of America
||$34,796.49, more or less, in U.S. Currency, One Taurus .45 caliber handgun, One Taurus .38 caliber revolver and One Smith & Wesson .40 caliber pistol
||Jeffery Tubbs, Norman Rean Tubbs and Joacandra L. Childs
||December 4, 2014
||US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama
||Sonja F. Bivins
||William H. Steele
|Nature of Suit:
||Drug Related Seizure of Property
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|April 13, 2015
ORDER granting in part 22 Motion to Strike with respect to the claims and answer of Norman Tubbs and Joacandra Childs. Those Claims (docs. 11 & 12) and that Answer (doc. 17) are stricken. The 25 Motion to Amend Claims and Answers is granted. Claimants Norman Tubbs and Joacandra Childs are ordered to file Amended Claims by 4/24/2015, and an Amended Answer by 5/8/2015. Jeffrey Tubbs is ordered to file an Answer by 4/24/2015. The 30 Motion to Strike is denied. The 14 Motion to Dismiss is denied. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 4/13/2015. (tgw)
|February 9, 2015
Order re: 14 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Jeffery Tubbs. The Government is ordered by 2/23/2015 to file a supplemental memorandum of law regarding the timeliness objection. Tubbs is ordered by 3/2/2015 to file his supplemental memorandum. In all other respects, the motion is denied. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 2/9/2015. (tgw)
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