Gray v. United States of America
||Kimberly Brooke Gray
||United States of America
||June 11, 2018
||US District Court for the Western District of Washington
||XX US, Outside District
||Benjamin H. Settle
|Nature of Suit:
||Motions to Vacate Sentence
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 6, 2019
ORDER DENYING IN PART PETITIONER'S 1 MOTION TO VACATE, SET ASIDE, OR CORRECT SENTENCE AND GRANTING EVIDENTIARY HEARING ON GROUND TWO signed by Judge Benjamin H. Settle. Petitioner's 1 Motion to vacate, set aside, or correct sentence, i s DENIED as to ground one and ground three, GRANTED as to her request for an evidentiary hearing on ground two, and RESERVING ruling on the merits of ground two. The parties shall submit a joint status report with proposed dates for the evidentiary h earing by August 23, 2019. Petitioner is further ordered to SHOW CAUSE in writing why the Court should not DISMISS the grounds remaining from the original petition for failure to prosecute. Failure to show cause or otherwise respond by August 23, 2019 will result in DISMISSAL of those grounds without further notice to the parties. (GMR)
|July 12, 2018
ORDER by the Honorable Benjamin H. Settle extending deadline to respond to 1 Motion to Vacate/Set Aside/Correct Sentence (2255); and renoting 5 Emergency MOTION Regarding Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege and Request for Extension of Time to 7/27/2018. Motion to vacate is renoted to 9/14/2018. (TG; cc mailed to petitioner)
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