Wheeler v. Walker et al
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|December 23, 2010
WRITTEN Opinion signed by the Honorable Charles P. Kocoras on 12/23/2010: Plaintiff's motion (Doc 160 ) for a writ of habeas corpus ad testificandum ordering that certain incarcerated witnesses be produced by the state is denied without prejudi ce. Plaintiff's motion (Doc 161 ) to reassign this matter to a United States Magistrate Judge is denied as all parties do not consent to the reassignment. Plaintiff's motion (Doc 166 ) for an interlocutory appeal of our order denying hi s motion for appointment of counsel is denied. However, the Court hereby appoints Monika Jeetu Machen of SNR Denton US LLP, 233 South Wacker Drive, Suite 7800, Chicago, IL 60606, (312)876-8000, (email@example.com), as counsel for plainti ff for purposes of his upcoming trial. We grant plaintiff's motion (Doc 165 ) for an extension of time to file the pretrial order, and provide an additional 60 days, or to 3/1/2011 for the submission of the Final Pretrial Order. Plaintiff's last two motions for additional time in the law library (Doc 158 ) and to meet with defendants prior to the submission of the pretrial order (Doc 159 ) are denied as moot. (For further details see minute order.)Mailed notice(sct, )
|December 7, 2009
MOTION by Plaintiff Anthony Wheeler for judgment by default (Exhibits); Notice. (td, )
|April 27, 2009
MOTION by Plaintiff Anthony Wheeler for a judgment by default against defendant G. Moore. (td, )
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