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2:13-cv-05090 #75

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U
NITED
S
TATES
D
ISTRICT
C
OURT
 E
 ASTERN
D
ISTRICT OF
L
OUISIANA 
 
J
ONATHAN
P.
 
R
OBICHEAUX
,
 
et al.
,
 Plaintiffs
 v. J
 AMES
D.
 
C
 ALDWELL
,
 
et al.,  Defendants
 C
IVIL
 A 
CTION
 N
O
.
 
13-5090 S
ECTION
F(5) J
UDGE
M
 ARTIN
L.C.
 
F
ELDMAN
 M
 AGISTRATE
M
ICHAEL
N
ORTH
 REF:
 
 A 
LL
C
 ASES
 
ORDER
Having considered the parties’ joint motion for briefing and argument schedule, it is ORDERED that the motion is GRANTED. The schedule is as follows: (1). Cross-motions for summary judgment or Rule 12 motions to dismiss are due by Thursday, April 17, 2014. Memoranda in support are limited to 25 pages, not including the separate statement of undisputed material facts required by Local Rule 56.1. The plaintiffs in Case Nos. 14-97 and 14-327 shall file a joint memorandum in support of their summary judgment motions. Likewise, the defendants in Case Nos. 14-97 and 14-327 shall file a joint memorandum in support of their summary judgment motions and/or motions to dismiss. (2). Amicus briefs supporting either side are due by Monday, May 12, 2014. (3). Cross-responses to the motions, limited to 25 pages, are due on Monday, May 19, 2014. (4). Any replies, not to exceed 10 pages, are due by Monday, June 2, 2014. (5). The Court will hear oral argument on the motions on Wednesday, June 25, 2014. This schedule pertains only to dispositive motions relating to claims common to Case Nos. 14-97 and 14-327. Those common claims are whether the Equal Protection and/or the Due Process Clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the
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