United States of America v. $10,110.00 in United States Currency
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|August 6, 2013
ORDER of DISMISSAL - The parties' Stipulation for Dismissal with prejudice (Filing No. 38 ) is approved. The above-entitled action will be dismissed with prejudice. The Court will not assess costs or attorneys' fees in this case. Ordered by Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (GJG)
|July 5, 2013
ORDER approving 35 Joint Stipulation. 1. The United States Marshals Services is directed to return the Defendant Property, $10,110.00 in United States Currency, to the Claimant, Deverick A. Simpson, together with interest accruing thereon from January 10, 2012, to date of payment.2. The Plaintiff and the Claimant shall each pay their own costs and attorney's fees incurred as a result of this lawsuit.3. Upon receipt of the tendered funds, Mr. Bloom shall file a notice ind icating receipt of the funds.4. Within thirty days of this Order, the parties shall file a joint stipulation for dismissal which will fully dispose of the case. Absent compliance with this order, this case may be dismissed without further notice. Ordered by Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (JAB) Modified on 7/5/2013 to reflect 1 certified copy to USM. (JAB)
|June 19, 2013
ORDER RE: TRIAL PREPARATION (CIVIL NON-JURY TRIAL). Ordered by Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (JB)
|April 8, 2013
ORDER - Magistrate F.A. Gossett's Findings and Recommendation (Filing No. 31 ) are adopted in their entirety. The Defendant's Motion to Suppress Statements (Filing No. 21 ) is granted, in accordance with the Findings and Recommendation. Ordered by Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (AOA)
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