Isbell v. Nagle

Plaintiff: Jay Isbell
Defendant: John E Nagle
Case Number: 2:1994cv02448
Filed: October 6, 1994
Court: Alabama Northern District Court
Office: Southern Office
County: Shelby
Referring Judge: T Michael Putnam
Presiding Judge: C Lynwood Smith
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 28:2254
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
December 15, 2016 28 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER that the magistrate judge's Report is ADOPTED and the recommendation is ACCEPTED and it is ORDERED that the motion for relief from judgment pursuant to Rule60(b)(6) is DENIED as more fully set out in order. Signed by Judge C Lynwood Smith, Jr on 12/15/2016. (AHI )

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