Proctor v. Coffey

Defendant: T. Coffey
Plaintiff: Basil O. Proctor
Case Number: 1:2012fp00154
Filed: May 4, 2012
Court: New Hampshire District Court
Office: Concord Office
Presiding Judge: Paul J. Barbadoro
Referring Judge: Landya B. McCafferty
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Civil Rights Act
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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October 30, 2012 15 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER approving 12 Report and Recommendation. So Ordered by Judge Paul J. Barbadoro.(mm)
May 4, 2012 6 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 2 Motion to Proceed in forma pauperis. Initial Filing Fee is assessed at $0. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Landya B. McCafferty. IFP Consent Form due 5/29/2012.(amm)

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