Derrick Robertson v. Dexter Payne, et al
Defendant: Cynthia Gaines, CPL, ADC
Defendant / Appellee: Danny Burl, Warden, ADC and Dexter Payne, Director, ADC
Plaintiff / Appellant: Derrick Robertson
Case Number: 20-1621
Filed: March 24, 2020
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other
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March 24, 2020 CLERK ORDER: If the original file of the United States District Court is available for review in electronic format, the court will rely on the electronic version of the record in its review. The appendices required by Eighth Circuit Rule 30A shall not be required. In accordance with Eighth Circuit Local Rule 30A(a)(2), the Clerk of the United States District Court is requested to forward to this Court forthwith any portions of the original record which are not available in an electronic format through PACER, including any documents maintained in paper format or filed under seal, exhibits, administrative records and state court files. These documents should be submitted within 10 days. [4895107] [20-1621] (CMH) [Entered: 03/24/2020 03:34 PM]
March 24, 2020 CLERK ORDER:The $505 appellate filing and docketing fee has not been paid and is due. Appellant is directed to either pay the fee in the district court or file a motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis in this court within 28 days of the date of this order. If appellant does not pay the fee or move for IFP status by 04/21/2020, this appeal may be dismissed for failure to prosecute without further notice. [4895105] [20-1621] (CMH) [Entered: 03/24/2020 03:30 PM]
March 24, 2020 Originating court document filed consisting of notice of appeal, docket entries, Partial Recommended Disposition dated 2/13/2019, Order dated 3/8/2019, Rcommended Disposition dated 2/20/2020, Order and Judgment both dated 3/5/2020, and Order dated 3/23/2020. [4895097] [20-1621] (CMH) [Entered: 03/24/2020 03:23 PM]
March 24, 2020 Prisoner case docketed. [4895087] [20-1621] (CMH) [Entered: 03/24/2020 03:15 PM]

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Defendant: Cynthia Gaines, CPL, ADC
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Defendant / appellee: Danny Burl, Warden, ADC
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Defendant / appellee: Dexter Payne, Director, ADC
Represented By: Daniel L. McFadden
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