Monroe v. Goron et al
||James Kelly Monroe
||John Goron, Rodey Ingle, Barry Corkren, Chris Whitley and Frankie Mccafferty
||August 15, 2014
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||T Michael Putnam
||William M Acker
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|August 17, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER ADOPTING and ACCEPTING 49 Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS that the Defendant's 42 MOTION for Summary Judgment is DENIED. This matter is hereby referred to the Magistrate Judge for further proceedings. Signed by Judge Virginia Emerson Hopkins on 8/17/2016. (JLC)
|May 13, 2015
MEMORANDUM OF OPINION AND ORDER Plaintiff's motion to amend the complaint (doc. 23) is DENIED. The magistrate judge's report is ADOPTED and his recommendation is ACCEPTED. It is therefore ORDERED that all of the plaintiff's claims in this action, except the claim against Sheriff Ingle that he deliberately interfered with the plaintiff's medical treatment, are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915A(b)(1). It is further ORDERED that the remaining claim against Sheriff Ingle is REFERRED to the magistrate judge for further proceedings. Frankie Mccafferty, Chris Whitley (Chief Jailor), Barry Corkren (Sergent) and John Gordon (County Commissioner) terminated. Signed by Judge William M Acker, Jr on 5/13/15. (SAC ) * Order placed in first class mail to pro se Plaintiff.
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