Carper v. State of Nebraska et al
||Julie Lynn Carper
||Janice Walker, Michael G. Heavican, Office of the Attorney General and State of Nebraska
||August 29, 2012
||US District Court for the District of Nebraska
||4 Lincoln Office
||Joseph F. Bataillon
||Pro Se Docket
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Other
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983 Civil Rights Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|February 22, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - Plaintiff's "Motion[s] to Proceed with Discovery" (Filing Nos. 15 and 22 ) are denied because, as the court informed Plaintiff previously, no discovery in pro se civil cases shall take place until the court enters a progression order. (See Filing No. 3 .) The court has not entered a progression order in this case, and the court declines to enter one prior to the resolution of Defendants' Motion to Dismiss. Plaintiff's "Motion for Arb itration" (Filing No. 18 ), "Motion for Warning or Sanction" (Filing No. 19 ), "Motion for Expedited Prelimnary Hearing Injunctive Relief" (Filing No. 25 ), and "Motion for Criminal Complaint" (Filing No. 29 ) a re denied because they are frivolous, nonsensical, or both. Plaintiff is cautioned against filing frivolous motions. Filing frivolous motions could result in further action by this court, including sanctions. Plaintiff's "Motion for Exe mption of PACER fees" (Filing No. 23 ) is denied without prejudice to reassertion after the court resolves Defendants' Motion to Dismiss, to which Plaintiff has already responded. Defendants' Motion to Strike (Filing No. 26 ) is denied. Ordered by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon. (Copy mailed to pro se party) (AOA)
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