United States of America v. $28,000.00 In U.S. Currency
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|December 11, 2015
ORDER Re: Spreading the Mandate. In order to prevent this case from stagnating, the Court therefore directs that on Monday, January 11, 2016 the Clerk spread the mandate unless it has been vacated or withdrawn by that time, or unless the Ninth Circu it indicates it is considering the issue. Assuming that takes place, the Court will be unable to comply with the mandate, because the case has now become moot. If this happens, the Court intends to order the motion withdrawn, dismiss Moser's claims as moot, and dismiss the case. If either Moser or the government, or both, object to this, they should file a notice no later than Thursday, January 7, 2016, so stating. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 12/9/15.(kas)
|February 11, 2013
ORDER Granting In Part 49 Motion for Attorney's Fees. The the Court finds Richard Barnett, Esq. is the assignee of Claimant Moser, the prevailing party. The Court AWARDS Barnett, Esq., attorney's fees under CAFRA, in the amount of $14,000. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 2/11/13. (kaj)(jrd)
|March 29, 2012
ORDER granting granting defendant-claimant's motions to suppress and for summary judgment 24 . Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment is denied, and plaintiff's motion to strike the claim is denied as moot. The Clerk is ordered to close this docket. Signed by Judge Larry Alan Burns on 3/29/12. (kaj)
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