SANCHEZ LONDONO v. GONZALEZ
||FRANCELLY SANCHEZ LONDONO
||May 3, 2013
||Massachusetts District Court
||F. Dennis Saylor
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||Other Statutory Actions
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|May 31, 2013
Judge F. Dennis Saylor, IV: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. This case is stayed until June 14, 2013. (Written order attached)(Cicolini, Pietro)
|November 18, 2013
Judge F. Dennis Saylor, IV: FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW entered. The petition is DENIED.(Cicolini, Pietro)
|May 8, 2013
Judge F. Dennis Saylor, IV: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. Petitioners 3 motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is DENIED without prejudice, and petitioners 2 Emergency Motion is GRANTED in part. A temporary restraining order will issue sep arately. The Court defers ruling on the remaining issues raised by petitioners Emergency Motion at this time. Petitioner shall, within21 days, either (1) pay the $400 filing and administrative fees or (2) file a renewed application to proceed in forma pauperis. It is further ORDERED that the Clerk shall issue summons for service of the Emergency Petition on respondent Nelson Gonzalez. The Clerk shall send the summons and this order to petitioners counsel, who must thereafter arrange for service of theEmergency Petition, Emergency Motion and this Order on respondent Nelson Gonzalez in accordance with Rule 4 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. (Written order attached)(Cicolini, Pietro)
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