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Taitz v Colvin Order by Judge Hollander 03.13.2014

Taitz v Colvin Order by Judge Hollander 03.13.2014

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Order by federal judge to docket a reply in a case dealing with Obama's use of a stolen social Security number of Harry Bounel
Order by federal judge to docket a reply in a case dealing with Obama's use of a stolen social Security number of Harry Bounel

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United States District Court District Of Maryland
Chambers of 
 Ellen Lipton Hollander
District Court Judge
 
101 West Lombard Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201 410-962-0742
 
March 13, 2014 MEMORANDUM TO COUNSEL AND DR. TAITZ Re:
Orly Taitz v. Carolyn Colvin
 Civil Action No. ELH-13-01878 Dear Counsel and Dr. Taitz: On March 12, 2014, Dr. Taitz sent to the Clerk of the Court a
Reply in Support of a Motion for Summary Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff.
 The Clerk did not docket the filing, instead notifiying Dr. Taitz, with court approval, that
a motion for leave to file a sur-reply must  be filed.
 
See
Return Pleading Order, ECF 33. On March 13, Dr. Taitz contacted my chambers via telephone, advising one of my law clerks that her filing was
not 
 a sur-reply to the defendant
s  pending motion, but rather was a reply in support of Dr. Taitz
s own motion for summary  judgment (ECF 31). Upon review of the docket, it appears that the Return Pleading Order was sent in error. Accordingly, the Clerk is directed to docket the
Reply in Support of a Motion for Summary Judgment in Favor of Plaintiff,
 which is attached to this Memorandum, as a Reply in support of ECF 31. Additionally, on March 13, 2014, I received a letter from Dr. Taitz advising the Court that she was unable to access, via the Court
s electronic case filing system (
ECF
), defendant
s August 14, 2013
Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative for Summary Judgment
 (ECF 7). Dr. Taitz
s letter is attached to this Memorandum. Accordingly, the Court
s Case Administration Manager was notified of plaintiff 
s difficulty in accessing the document. The Case Administration Manager has since advised my office that the issue has been resolved. Despite the informal nature of this Memorandum, it is an Order of the Court, and the Clerk is directed to docket it as such. Very truly yours, /s/ Ellen Lipton Hollander United States District Judge
Case 1:13-cv-01878-ELH Document 34 Filed 03/14/14 Page 1 of 1
 
Case 1:13-cv-01878-ELH Document 34-2 Filed 03/14/14 Page 1 of 1
 
Case 1:13-cv-01878-ELH Document 34-1 Filed 03/14/14 Page 1 of 14

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