Carey v. Arizona Corrections, Department of et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|June 1, 2010
ORDER that the reference to the Magistrate Judge is withdrawn as to Plaintiff's 213 Motion for Preliminary Injunction, and the motion is denied without prejudice. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 06/01/10.(ESL)
|January 12, 2010
ORDER (Service Packet) denying without prejudice 13 Ex Parte Motion For Protective Injunction FURTHER ORDERED Defendants Charles Ryan, Darla Elliot, and Clark are dismissed from this action for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be gran ted FURTHER ORDERED Count II of the Amended Complaint 15 is dismissed for failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted FURTHER ORDERED Defendant ADOC must answer Count I of the Amended Complaint FURTHER ORDERED The Clerk of Court must send to Plaintiff a service packet including the Amended Complaint 15 , this Order, and both summons and request for waiver forms for Defendant ADOC. Plaintiff must complete and return the service packet to the Clerk of Court within 20 days of the d ate of filing of this Order. Service Packet due by 2/1/2010 FURTHER ORDERED Defendant ADOC must answer the Count I of the Amended Complaint orotherwise respond by appropriate motion within the time provided by the applicable provisions of Rule 12(a) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure FURTHER ORDERED 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 as authorized under 28 USC 636(b)(1). Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 1/12/10. (MAP)
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