Kroll vs. Incline Village General Improvement District, et al.

Plaintiff's Ex Parte Application to Judge for Decision


Local Rules of Practice in the District of Nevada (Reno) permit motions which have not received a written decision more than 60 days after submission may call that fact to the attention of the Court. Plaintiff has done so here, indicating 3 motions more than 90 days without a ruling, and observing: "Your Honor will note that one of these motions (#11 and #13) deals with First Amendment rights alleged to have been infringed by the governmental entity defendant IVGID, and the upcoming national and local elections make this issue particularly worthy of this Court's prompt attention."

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Reference Info:Federal, 9th Circuit, Nevada | United States

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