Shotts v. USA
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|May 10, 2011
JUDGMENT: Shotts's complaint is dismissed with prejudice by agreement. On Count I of the United States's counterclaim, judgment is entered in favor of the United States and against Dewitt Shotts in the amount of $217,701.70, plus statu tory interest accruing according to law from the date of assessment until the judgment is paid. On Count II of the United States's counterclaim, judgment is entered in favor of the United States and against Dewitt Shotts in the amount of $305,884.08, plus statutory interest accruing according to law from the date of assessment until the judgment is paid. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 5/10/11. (hph)
|December 10, 2009
ORDER denying 35 Motion to Dismiss; granting 45 Motion for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 12/10/09. (bkp)
|August 7, 2009
ORDER granting 27 Motion to Compel; granting 27 Motion to Modify Scheduling Order; Pltf Dewitt Shotts is directed to provide his initial disclosures and responses to the government's written discovery on or before August 17, 2009; the Court will issue a new scheduling order extending the remaining deadlines. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 8/7/09. (mkf)
|June 2, 2009
CONSENT JUDGMENT against Terri Shotts in the amount of $603,758.44, plus interest and statutory additions accruing from April 17, 2009 until the judgment is paid, with the U.S. and Terri shots each bearing their own litigation costs, including attorney's fees associated with this matter. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 6/2/09. (bkp)
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