Haji v. United States of America
||United States of America
||Mohamed A. Haji
||April 4, 2014
||Nebraska District Court
||4 Lincoln Office
||Richard G. Kopf
||Cheryl R. Zwart
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|Cause of Action:
||21:841 Forfeiture Property-Drugs
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 8, 2014
ORDER regarding 19 Motion for Summary Judgment and 20 Motion to Restrict pursuant to the E-Government Act. Defendant's motion to restrict access to documents (filing 20) is granted, and, pursuant to NEGenR 1.3(a)(1)(B)(ii), access to fi lings 21 and 22 shall be restricted to attorneys of record and court users. Defendants motion for summary judgment (filing 19) is denied. This matter is referred to Magistrate Judge Zwart for progression. Ordered by Senior Judge Richard G. Kopf. (SLP)
|January 20, 2015
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER that within 30 calendar days of the date of this order, the parties shall file a joint stipulation for dismissal (or other dispositive stipulation) with the clerk of the court (and provide a copy to the magistrate judge and to Se nior United States District Judge Richard G. Kopf, the trial judge to whom this case is assigned), together with submitting to the trial judge a draft order which will fully dispose of the case. Absent compliance with this order, this case (including all counterclaims and the like) may be dismissed without further notice. This case is removed from the court's trial docket upon representation by the parties that the case has settled. Ordered by Senior Judge Richard G. Kopf. (MBM)
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