Martin v. Busby
|Plaintiff / Appellant:||Daniel Neal Martin|
|Defendant / Appellee:||Sheriff Larry Busby, Charlie Stroleny, Chief Deputy, Deputy Nowlan, Deputy Peerman and Deputy Salinas|
|Filed:||January 12, 2023|
|Court:||U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit|
|Nature of Suit:||Prisoner - Civil Rights|
This docket was last retrieved on March 3, 2023. A more recent docket listing may be available from PACER.
|Date Filed||Document Text|
|March 3, 2023||Filing 14 ELECTRONIC RECORD ON APPEAL FILED. Admitted Exhibits on File in District Court? No. Video/Audio Exhibits on File in District Court? No [23-40017] (DDL) [Entered: 03/03/2023 07:41 AM]|
|February 14, 2023||Filing 11 BRIEFING NOTICE ISSUED A/Pet's Brief due on 03/27/2023 for Appellant Daniel Neal Martin. [22-40725, 23-40017] (DLM) [Entered: 02/14/2023 10:02 AM]|
|February 14, 2023||Filing 10 CLERK ORDER granting Motion to consolidate cases filed by Appellant Mr. Daniel Neal Martin [ # 6 ] in 23-40017 [23-40017, 22-40725] (DLM) [Entered: 02/14/2023 09:52 AM]|
|February 9, 2023||Filing 6 MOTION filed by Appellant Mr. Daniel Neal Martin to consolidate cases 22-40725, 23-40017 for briefing purposes. Date of service: 01/25/2023 [23-40017] (DLM) [Entered: 02/13/2023 03:20 PM]|
|January 17, 2023||Filing 5 INITIAL CASE CHECK by Attorney Advisor complete. Action: Case OK to Process.  Initial AA Check Due satisfied.. Fee or motion for IFP in DC due on 03/13/2023 for Appellant Daniel Neal Martin [23-40017] (CCR) [Entered: 01/17/2023 01:53 PM]|
|January 12, 2023||Filing 1 PRISONER CASE WITHOUT COUNSEL docketed. NOA filed by Appellant Mr. Daniel Neal Martin [23-40017] (CCR) [Entered: 01/12/2023 12:18 PM]|
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