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Isaias Lopez v. Sturden

Court of Appeals of Texas, Fourth District, San Antonio

November 12, 2019

Juan Jesus Isaias LOPEZ, EBG Cargo LLC Mario Albert Rodriguez, Appellants
v.
Lawrence STURDEN, Appellees

          From the 49th Judicial District Court, Webb County, Texas Trial Court No. 2017CVA001873D1 Honorable Jose A. Lopez, Judge Presiding

          ORDER

          Sandee Bryan Marion, Chief Justice

         The reporter's records in these three appeals are late after this court granted the court reporter, Ms. Cynthia Lenz, multiple extensions of time. We ordered Ms. Lenz to file a status report in all three appeals and advised Ms. Lenz that upon receipt of the status report, this court would issue a follow-up order advising Ms. Lenz of the order in which she must complete the outstanding records and the date each record would be due. Accordingly, it is ORDERED as follows:

         We ORDER Ms. Lenz to file within five (5) days of the date of this order a notice stating whether her doctor has cleared her to return to work. If Ms. Lenz has not yet been cleared to return to work, she is FURTHER ORDERED to file a notice stating she has been cleared to return to work on the date she receives such clearance from her doctor.

         Appeal No. 04-19-00485-CV

         We ORDER Ms. Lenz to file all outstanding volumes of the reporter's record in appeal number 04-19-00485-CV by no later than ten (10) days from the date we receive notice from Ms. Lenz stating her doctor has cleared her to return to work. No further extensions will be granted. Time spent doing work other than preparing the record for this appeal will not be an adequate ground for a further extension of time or an excuse for failing to comply with this order. See Tex. R. App. P. 13.3 (stating the reporter's duties relating to proceedings in the appeals court "take preference over other work"); id. R. 35.3(c) ("The appellate court may enter any order necessary to ensure the timely filing of the appellate record.").

         Appeal No. 04-19-00315-CV

         We ORDER Ms. Lenz to file all outstanding volumes of the reporter's record in appeal number 04-19-00315-CV by no later than ten (10) days after she files the reporter's record in appeal number 04-19-00485-CV. No further extensions will be granted. Time spent doing work other than preparing the record for this appeal will not be an adequate ground for a further extension of time or an excuse for failing to comply with this order. See Tex. R. App. P. 13.3 (stating the reporter's duties relating to proceedings in the appeals court "take preference over other work"); id. R. 35.3(c) ("The appellate court may enter any order necessary to ensure the timely filing of the appellate record.").

         Appeal No. 04-19-00318-CV

         We ORDER Ms. Lenz to file all outstanding volumes of the reporter's record in appeal number 04-19-00318-CV by no later than forty-five (45) days after she files the reporter's record in appeal number 04-19-00315-CV. Requests for further extensions will not be granted absent a showing of good cause. Any request for further extensions must be accompanied by a signed, status report containing a description of the work completed, including:

• A description of the transcript by day with the date, description, page counts, and remarks for each day;
• A list of the page counts for the total number of pages and the number of pages edited, proofread, and formatted into the required electronic form (including bookmarks); and
• A description of any problems the court reporter reasonably believes may delay the completion of the record.

         Time spent doing work other than preparing the record for this appeal will not be an adequate ground for a further extension of time or an excuse for failing to comply with this order. See Tex. R. App. P. 13.3 (stating the reporter's duties relating to proceedings in the appeals court "take preference over other work"); id. R. 35.3(c) ("The appellate court may ...


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