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04-435 - USA v. Gaver

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04-435 - USA v. Gaver
April 26, 2005
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION that MOTION to Suppress 13 be denied as to defendant(s) Dale Gaver. Signed by Magistrate Judge F. A. Gossett on 4/26/2005. (CLS, )
June 3, 2005
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER denying 13 Motion to Suppress; adopting 26 Magistrate's Report and Recommendation; overruling 27 Objection to Report and Recommendation as to Dale Gaver (1). Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 6/3/2005. (SMS, )
September 26, 2005
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JUDGMENT as to Dale Gaver. Defendant plead guilty to Count 1 of the Indictment and sentenced to the custody of the Bureau of Prisons for 29 months, 3 years Supervised Release with special conditions, $100.00 Special Assessment. The defendant is allowed to self-surrender for service of sentence at the institution designated by the Bureau of Prisons as notified by the US Marshal. Criminal Case Terminated as to defendant Dale Gaver. Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 9/26/2005. - (4 cc to USM)(KBJ)
October 4, 2005
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ORDER permitting defendant to proceed in forma pauperis regarding Notice of Appeal to USCA 45 as to defendant Dale Gaver. Signed by Judge Joseph F. Bataillon on 10/4/2005. (ADB)
January 8, 2008
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ORDER - Pursuant to NECivR 79.1(f) or NECrimR 55.1(g), counsel for the government shall either 1) withdraw the following exhibits previously submitted in this matter within 15 calendar days of the date of this order, or 2) show cause why the exhibits should not be destroyed. If counsel fails to withdraw these exhibits as directed or to show cause why the exhibits should not be destroyed, the clerk's office is directed to destroy the listed exhibits without further notice to the parties or order from the court as to defendant Dale Gaver. Ordered by Chief Judge Joseph F. Bataillon. (TJS)