Vanderhoof v. Ryan et al

Case Number: 2:2009cv02632
Filed: December 18, 2009
Court: Arizona District Court
Office: Phoenix Division Office
Presiding Judge: David G Campbell
Referring Judge: David K Duncan (PS)
Nature of Suit: Prisoner - Prison Condition
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 9, 2010 3 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER Plaintiff's Fourteenth Amendment equal protections claims in Count I of the Complaint, 1 , are dismissed for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted. Defendants Charles Ryan, Greeley, Kevin Lewis, and Adu Tutu must answe r Plaintiff's Eighth Amendment claims in Count I of the Complaint. The Clerk must send Plaintiff a service packet including the Complaint (Doc. #1), this Order, and both summons and request for waiver forms for Defendants Charles Ryan, Greeley, Kevin Lewis, and Adu Tutu. Plaintiff must complete and return the service packet to the Clerk of Court within 20 days of the date of filing of this Order. This matter is referred to Magistrate Judge David K. Duncan pursuant to Rules 72.1 and 72.2 of the Local Rules of Civil Procedure for all pretrial proceedings. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 3/9/10. (LSP)

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