Eric Hill v. DC, et al
Plaintiff: Eric Rodney Hill
Defendant: District of Columbia and Department of Corrections for the District of Columbia
Case Number: 24-7085
Filed: May 30, 2024
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit
Nature of Suit: Prisoner-Civil Rights
Docket Report

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May 30, 2024 LETTER [2056895] sent to warden sending Clerk order [ # 2056894-6 ], sending Clerk order [ # 2056887-6 ]. Prisoner acknowledgment of receipt from Warden due 07/01/2024. [24-7085] [Entered: 05/30/2024 08:56 AM]
May 30, 2024 CLERK'S ORDER [2056894] filed directing party to file initial submissions: APPELLANT docketing statement due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT certificate as to parties due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT statement of issues due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT underlying decision due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT deferred appendix statement due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT entry of appearance due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT transcript status report due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT procedural motions due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT dispositive motions due 07/15/2024; directing party to file initial submissions: APPELLEE certificate as to parties due 07/01/2024. APPELLEE entry of appearance due 07/01/2024. APPELLEE procedural motions due 07/01/2024. APPELLEE dispositive motions due 07/15/2024. Failure to respond shall result in dismissal of the case for lack of prosecution. The Clerk is directed to send this order to appellant by whatever means necessary to ensure receipt. [24-7085] [Entered: 05/30/2024 08:52 AM]
May 30, 2024 CLERK'S ORDER [2056887] filed directing party to file motion to proceed on appeal in forma pauperis or payment of docketing fee. APPELLANT payment of docketing fee or motion to proceed in forma pauperis in district court due 07/01/2024; directing party to file ifp prisoner submissions: APPELLANT prisoner trust account report due 07/01/2024. APPELLANT consent to collection form due 07/01/2024. Failure to respond shall result in dismissal of the case for lack of prosecution. The Clerk is directed to send this order to appellant by whatever means necessary to ensure receipt. [24-7085] [Entered: 05/30/2024 08:40 AM]
May 30, 2024 NOTICE OF APPEAL [2056886] seeking review of a decision by the U.S. District Court in 1:23-cv-00940-RC filed by Eric Rodney Hill. Appeal assigned USCA Case Number: 24-7085. [24-7085] [Entered: 05/30/2024 08:38 AM]
May 30, 2024 PRIVATE PRISONER CASE docketed. [24-7085] [Entered: 05/30/2024 08:37 AM]

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Plaintiff: Eric Rodney Hill
Represented By: Eric Rodney Hill
Represented By: Warden (Otisville)
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Defendant: Department of Corrections for the District of Columbia
Represented By: Caroline S. Van Zile
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