Amor v. STATE OF ARIZONA et al
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|March 15, 2010
ORDER granting 149 Motion to Dismiss Party; party Eric Dodd's terminated; granting in part and denying in part without prejudice 150 Motion to Appoint Counsel ; denying 157 Motion for Reconsideration; granting 163 Motion for Extension of Time to Answer. Arizona Department of Economic Security answer due 4/15/2010; granting 167 Motion to Produce Amor shall file and serve a preliminary expert affdvt relating to Dr. Goodsite bfr 4/15/10; denying 177 Motion to Unseal Document; withd rawing 182 Motion to Stay; granting 185 Motion to Withdraw ; denying 187 Motion to Unseal Document; denying 190 Motion for Hearing on Motion.; denying 193 Motion ; granting 195 Coughlin's Motion to Dismiss for Insufficiency of Servic e of Process. Dft Coughlin is DISMISSED W/O PREJUDICE; denying 200 Motion to Amend/Correct; denying 204 Motion ; denying w/o prejudice 206 Motion ; denying 207 Motion for Extension of Time; denying 214 Motion ; denying 215 Motion ; denyin g 216 Motion to Strike ; denying 217 MOTION for Order Requiring Pre-Filing Screening of Plaintiff's Subsequent Filings; Denying 222 Amor's Cross-Motion to Enjoin Dfts from Collective Abusive Litigation Tactics. ***SEE ATTACHED PDF FOR COMPLETE INFO***. Signed by Judge Cindy K Jorgenson on 3/12/10.(SGG) Modified on 3/16/2010 (JEMB TO CORRECT TEXT).
|February 27, 2009
ORDERED Plevell's request for Fed.R.Civ.P.54(b) certification 138 is DENIED. Signed by Judge Cindy K Jorgenson on 2/27/09. (SGG, )
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