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16-2992 - ARNOLD v. GATES et al


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16-2992 - ARNOLD v. GATES et al
February 9, 2017
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designated to serve the Indiana Department of Correction employees electronically. (See Order.) Signed by Judge Larry J. McKinney on 2/9/2017. Distribution per distribution list. (LDH) Modified on 2/9/2017 (LDH).ENTRY Directing Further Proceedings - The plaintiff's motion to proceed in forma pauperis 14 is denied as moot. The plaintiff's motion for the United States Marshal to service the defendants 15 is denied as unnecessary. The clerk is
November 21, 2017
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a copy of which is attached to this document. If the plaintiff is unable to obtain the discoverable documents necessary to litigate this case through Rule 34, he should inform the Court. The plaintiff's motion to appoint counsel, dkt. 83, is ENTRY ON PENDING MOTIONS - Defendant Gates has not yet filed an answer or appeared. He is in default. The clerk is directed to enter a default on the docket as to defendant Gates. The motion for default judgment, dkt. 75, is denied. The plaintiff's motion to depose all defendants, dkt. 77, is denied as unnecessary. The plaintiff does not need leave of the Court to depose the defendants. The plaintiff's motion for subpoena, dkt. 78, is granted. The clerk is instructed to include five (5) blank but endorsed subpoenas along with the plaintiff's copy of this entry. The plaintiff's motion for subpoena duces tucem, dkt. 79, is denied as this time. The plaintiff is directed to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 34,granted pursuant to the Entry found at docket 80. Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 11/21/2017. (Copy mailed to Plaintiff) (MEJ) Modified on 11/21/2017 to remove blank attachments (MEJ). (Additional attachment(s) added on 11/21/2017: # (1) Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: 34) (MEJ).