Phillips v. Riley et al (INMATE 1)
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|August 6, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER that: 1. The plaintiff's motion for preliminary injunction and requests for declaratory and permanent injunctive relief (Doc. 1 at 13) be and are hereby DENIED as moot. 2. The plaintiff's challenges to the Al abama Community Notification Act be and are hereby DISMISSED for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. 3. The plaintiff's claim seeking tiered classification of the sex offender registry be DISMISSED as this claim provides no basis for relief. 4. The defendants' motion for summary judgment 19 with respect to the plaintiff's federal claims for relief be and is hereby GRANTED. 5. The plaintiffs state law claims be and are hereby DISMISSED without prejudice. 6. This case be and is hereby DISMISSED. 7. No costs are taxed herein. A separate Final Judgment will accompany this memorandum opinion. Signed by Honorable Judge Susan Russ Walker on 8/6/2013. (jg, )
|September 30, 2010
ORDER and OPINION ON MOTION directing payment of initial partial filing fee of $20.77 be paid on or before October 20, 2010 ; Directing Monthly Payments be made from Inmate's Prison Account until fee is paid in full; granting 2 Affidavit for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis except to the extent payment is required under this order. Copies mailed to plaintiff and account clerk Elmore Correctional Facility. Signed by Honorable Susan Russ Walker on 9/30/2010. (cb, )
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