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Pickens v. Moore

October 14, 2010

RAMON PICKENS #K82154, PLAINTIFF,
v.
ROBERT MOORE, ETC., ET AL., DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Milton I. Shadur Senior United States District Judge

MEMORANDUM ORDER

Ramon Pickens ("Pickens") has responded to this Court's brief September 20, 2010 memorandum order by filling out another Motion for Appointment of Counsel ("Motion"), in which he reflects his communication with John Howard Association in an effort to obtain counsel and goes on to say "I can't afford one." Although that presentation is really inadequate to show multiple attempts to get a lawyer, what is plain is that both this Court and Pickens' targeted defendants (Parole Agent Robert Moore and the Illinois Parole Review Board) will be better served if appointed counsel is in fact injected into the case to make some order out of Pickens' rambling narrative coupled with the often illegible exhibits attached to his 42 U.S.C. §1983 Complaint.

Accordingly this Court has obtained the name of this member of the trial bar, who is appointed to represent Pickens pro bono publico:

Debra L. Bogo-Ernst

Mayer Brown LLP 71 South Wacker Drive Chicago IL 60606 312-782-0600

In addition, the customary initial scheduling order is being issued contemporaneously with this memorandum order. In anticipation of the status hearing established by that order, appointed counsel is expected to make arrangements for service of process, to get in touch ...


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