Worthy et al v. The City of Phenix City, Alabama et al

Plaintiff: Thomas F. Worthy, James D. Adams and Willcox-Lumpkin Co., Inc.
Defendant: The City of Phenix City, Alabama and Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc.
Case Number: 3:2017cv00073
Filed: February 8, 2017
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Opelika Office
County: Lee
Referring Judge: Gray M. Borden
Presiding Judge: William Keith Watkins
Nature of Suit: Other Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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October 6, 2017 22 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: Pending is Defendants Motion to Dismiss, which has been fully briefed (Docs. 8 9 , 15 16 , 20 21 ). This Court finds Plaintiffs have no standing to challenge the Citys procedure for contesting a citation. Indee d, there may be drivers who were cited in error and who unsuccessfully challenged their citations through that procedure, but none of those drivers is a named Plaintiff in this case. The Motion to Dismiss (Doc. 8 ) is therefore granted as to all claims challenging the Citys procedure for contesting citations issued under the Ordinance as further set out in the opinion and order. IT IS SO ORDERED. Signed by Honorable Judge Jack Zouhary on 10/6/2017. (dmn, )

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Plaintiff: Thomas F. Worthy
Represented By: James Benjamin Finley
Represented By: Robert Walker Garrett
Represented By: Travis Carlisle Hargrove
Represented By: George Walton Walker, III
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Plaintiff: James D. Adams
Represented By: James Benjamin Finley
Represented By: Robert Walker Garrett
Represented By: Travis Carlisle Hargrove
Represented By: George Walton Walker, III
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Plaintiff: Willcox-Lumpkin Co., Inc.
Represented By: James Benjamin Finley
Represented By: Robert Walker Garrett
Represented By: Travis Carlisle Hargrove
Represented By: George Walton Walker, III
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Defendant: The City of Phenix City, Alabama
Represented By: Glenn Channing Gamble
Represented By: James P. Graham, Jr.
Represented By: James Robert McKoon, Jr.
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Defendant: Redflex Traffic Systems, Inc.
Represented By: Stewart Alvis
Represented By: Huey Thomas Wells, Jr.
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