Antonetti v. Filson et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|December 5, 2017
ORDER that FPD is released as counsel for petitioner and Criminal Justice Act designee Mark D. Eibert is appointed as counsel; notice of appearance is due 12/25/17; amended petition due 3/5/18; respondents shall have 30 days from servic e of amended petition to file an answer/response; petitioner shall have 30 days from service of the answer, motion to dismiss, or other response to file a reply or opposition; any additional state court record exhibits filed herein; the parties SHALL SEND courtesy copies of all exhibits in this case to Reno Staff Attorney. See Order for further details and instructions. Signed by Judge Miranda M. Du on 12/5/2017. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - LH) Modified on 12/5/2017 to correct spelling (LH).
|November 13, 2017
ORDER granting ECF No. 1 IFP application; directing Clerk to file and e-serve ECF No. 1 -1 petition on Respondents (NV AG added, NEF sent 11/14/2017); directing Clerk to detach ECF No. 1 -2 Motion for Appointment of Counsel and granting t he motion; appointing FPD to represent Petitioner; directing Clerk to e-serve FPD copies of this order and the petition (FPD added, NEFs sent 11/14/2017); giving FPD 30 days to file notice of appearance or indicate its inability to do so. Signed by Judge Miranda M. Du on 11/13/2017. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF; copy also sent to P - KR)
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