Johnson v. Benton et al (INMATE 1)
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|October 10, 2013
ORDER ON MOTION: Upon review of the document filed by the plaintiff on 10/7/2013 (Doc. No. 13 ), which the court construes to contain a Motion for Service of Documents, it is ORDERED that the motion be and is hereby GRANTED to the extent addressed h erein. The Clerk is DIRECTED to provide the plaintiff with a copy of the order entered on 10/3/2013 requiring that the defendants file an answer and written report (Doc. No. [7)] as this is the only orderentered by the court since his filing an amendment to the complaint which was sent to the plaintiff at the Houston County Jail. Signed by Honorable Judge Terry F. Moorer on 10/10/2013. Copy with copy of Doc. 7 mailed to Plaintiff as directed.(dmn, )
|October 9, 2013
ORDER directing that on or before 10/30/2013 the Chief of Police for the Dothan Police Department shall file under seal a current home and/or employment address for John Givens and Marc Crews, individuals the plaintiff identifies as former employees of the Dothan Police Department, as further set out in order. Signed by Honorable Judge Terry F. Moorer on 10/9/13. (djy, ). Also mailed to chief of police @ Dothan PD (qc/djy, ).
|September 20, 2013
ORDER directing that on or before 10/4/2013 the plaintiff shall file an amendment to his complaint in which he advises the court of the date of the incident at issue and the date on which he was taken into custody with respect to the incident. Signed by Honorable Judge Terry F. Moorer on 9/20/13. (djy, )
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