Barnes v. U.S. Postal Service

Defendant: U.S. Postal Service
Plaintiff: Mary Barnes
Case Number: 3:2013cv00327
Filed: March 18, 2013
Court: Kentucky Western District Court
Office: Louisville Office
County: Jefferson
Presiding Judge: John G. Heyburn
Nature of Suit: Personal Property: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1441 Petition for Removal
Jury Demanded By: None

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September 19, 2013 14 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER by Judge John G. Heyburn, II on 9/19/13 6 Motion to Dismiss is SUSTAINED and Plaintiffs claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. This is a final and appealable order.cc:counsel, Mary Barnes, Plaintiff Pro Se (DAK)

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Defendant: U.S. Postal Service
Represented By: Brady Miller(Designation Retained)
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