McCartney v. Benton
||Devon Tyler McCartney
||April 7, 2008
||North Carolina Eastern District Court
||Civil Rights: Welfare Office
||Malcolm J. Howard
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|Jury Demanded By:
||42:1983 Civil Rights Act
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|October 13, 2010
ORDER granting 80 Motion to Stay. For good cause shown and upon the joint motion of the parties, IT IS ORDERED that the stay entered in this case on September 28, 2010 shall continue, and all discovery and other proceedings in this litigation shall be STAYED through October 13, 2010. Signed by Senior Judge Malcolm J. Howard on 10/13/2010. (Heath, D.)
|September 28, 2010
ORDER granting 78 Motion to Continue Stay. IT IS ORDERED that the stay entered in this case on August 24, 2010 shall continue, and all discovery and other proceedings in this litigation shall be STAYED for a period of 15 additional days, through October 8, 2010. Signed by Senior Judge Malcolm J. Howard on 9/28/2010. (Heath, D.)
|August 24, 2010
ORDER granting 75 Motion to Stay. It is ordered that all discovery and other proceedings in the litigation be STAYED for a period of 30 days from the date of this order. Signed by Senior Judge Malcolm J. Howard on 8/24/2010. (Heath, D.)
|July 13, 2010
ORDER granting 58 Motion for Extension of Time to File; denying 59 Motion to Strike and granting 61 Motion for Leave to File. See Order for details. Signed by USMJ William A. Webb on 7/13/2010. (Heath, D.)
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