The Solo Appeal (with Updates)

APPELLANT’s MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME

Appellant and non-prisoner, Joanna Burke, pro se, moves this court for an extension of 30 days to file for rehearing in this appeal.

This is not for the purposes of delay, but rather so Appellant can address the illegal and imminent foreclosure auction of her homestead as currently scheduled for March 5, 2024, and which requires her undivided attention.   

CONCLUSION 

Respectfully, and for the above reasons, Appellant prays the court will GRANT the extension of 30 days in order that she may file her rehearing in this appeal.

DATED: February 14, 2024

JUDGMENT (FEB 5, 2024: WITHOUT BRIEFING)

Before COLLOTON, GRUENDER, and KELLY, Circuit Judges.

This court has reviewed the original file of the United States District Court. It is ordered by the court that the judgment of the district court is summarily affirmed.

See Eighth Circuit Rule 47B.

February 05, 2024

Order Entered at the Direction of the Court: Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

/s/ Michael E. Gans

St. Louis Office | Eighth Circuit | United States Court of Appeals (uscourts.gov)

ORDER

If the original file of the United States District Court is available for review in electronic format, the court will rely on the electronic version of the record in its review. The appendices required by Eighth Circuit Rule 30A shall not be required. In accordance with Eighth Circuit Local Rule 30A(a)(2), the Clerk of the United States District Court is requested to forward to this Court forthwith any portions of the original record which are not available in an electronic format through PACER, including any documents maintained in paper format or filed under seal, exhibits, CDs, videos, administrative records and state court files. These documents should be submitted within 10 days.

November 28, 2023

Order Entered Under Rule 27A(a):

Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

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