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In re Application of Telfair

October 15, 2010

IN RE APPLICATION OF TOMMIE H. TELFAIR, ALSO KNOWN AS HASSAN GATLING, PETITIONER.


The opinion of the court was delivered by: Garrett E. Brown, Jr. Chief Judge United States District Court

ORDER

For the reasons expressed in the Opinion filed herewith,

IT IS on this 15th day of October , 2010,

ORDERED that Telfair's motion for reconsideration, Docket Entries Nos. 5 and 6, is granted, in the sense that this Court considered the merits of that motion; and it is further

ORDERED that the original and amended submissions filed in this matter, Docket Entries Nos. 1 and 2, remain dismissed, and the conclusion reached in this Court's order docketed as Docket Entry No. 4, shall remain in effect; and it is further

ORDERED that no disciplinary investigation of attorney professional conduct shall be initiated in this District in connection with the instant matter or in connection with USA v. Telfair, 08-cr-0757, 07-cr-0272, 08-mj-7157, 06-mj-3133 (D.N.J.), or in connection with USA v. Gatling, 10-cr-0195 and 07-mj-3528 (D.N.J.); and it is further

ORDERED that Telfair is denied leave to amend his pleadings into a bona fide disciplinary grievance; and it is further

ORDERED that this Court withdraws its jurisdiction over the instant matter; and it is further

ORDERED that a limited order of preclusion is entered against Telfair with regard to the instant matter and, in addition, with regard to all Telfair's currently ongoing, already terminated and future actions in this District; and it is further

ORDERED that the terms of this limited order of preclusion shall be as follows:

(1) With regard to any Telfair's action that has not been terminated, Telfair shall seek leave -- from the judges currently presiding over (or assigned in the future to) such action -- to make any pro se submission before actually making such submission. Each of these applications for leave to file a pro se submission shall:

a. Be reduced to one-page, single-sided document;

b. Open with a statement whereas Telfair shall aver, under penalty of perjury and other sanctions that might be imposed by the presiding judge, that the particular submission Telfair seeks leave to file would raise claims or allegations that:

(i) were not presented to either the presiding judge or to any other judge at any time in the past, regardless of whether these claims or allegations were already addressed by the ...


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