Hicks v. Poppish et al
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|February 13, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Robert M. Dow, Jr on 2/13/2012: For the reasons stated below, Defendants are awarded costs in the amount of $4,163.20; however, execution on the award of costs is stayed until further order of the Court . The parties are directed to confer to determine whether to work out a payment plan or stay the execution of the judgment on costs until the plaintiffs financial circumstances improve and to file a joint status report by 3/9/2012 advising whether they have come to agreement. If they have not come to an agreement, the parties should include in the status report a short statementof their respective positions. Mailed notice(tbk, )
|January 4, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Robert M. Dow, Jr on 1/4/2012. Following entry of judgment in their favor, Defendants submitted a bill of costs 85 seeking $4,163.20. Plaintiff objects to the imposition of costs on the grounds that s he is indigent. Because Plaintiffs financial affidavit isincomplete, the Court grants her leave to supplement her filing to provide the Court with a more complete picture of her past, current, and future financial situation. Plaintiff is given until 1/20/2012 to supplement her filing. Mailed notice(tbk, )
|August 25, 2011
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order Signed by the Honorable Robert M. Dow, Jr on 8/25/2011. Notices Mailed by Judge's Staff (tbk, )
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