Head v. Baisden et al
||Cary Baisden, Stephen D. Anderson and City of Tuscaloosa
||September 18, 2014
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||Harwell G Davis
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
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|November 9, 2017
ORDER that Defendant Baisden's objections to the Report and Recommendation are SUSTAINED IN PART and OVERRULED IN PART as more fully set out; The Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation is ADOPTED IN PART as more fully set out; the Cou rt GRANTS the 25 Motions to Dismiss filed by Defendants Stephen D. Anderson and the City of Tuscaloosa; The claims against Defendants Anderson and City of Tuscaloosa are hereby DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE for failure to state a claim; Defendant Baisden's Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART as more fully set out. Signed by Judge R David Proctor on 11/09/17. (SPT)
|March 9, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND PARTIAL DISMISSAL ORDER-re: 13 Report and Recommendation. The court hereby ADOPTS the Report of the Magistrate Judge and ACCEPTS the recommendation. It is ORDERED that the Motion to Dismiss of the City of Tuscaloosa 7 i s GRANTED as set out. The Motion to Dismiss of Cary Baisden 5 is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part as set out. The Motion to Dismiss of Stephen D. Anderson 5 is GRANTED as set out. Pltf SHALL have twenty-one (21)days to file an amended complaint. Signed by Judge R David Proctor on 3/9/2016. (AVC)
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