Askew v. Burl et al
||Mu'min Abdulaziz Askew
||Danny Burl, DeAngelo Earl, David Mills, Mary Cobb, Alex Bray, Ted Austin, Brett Butler, William Gay, Valerie Westbrook, Tiffany Mann and Branscumb
||December 9, 2014
||Arkansas Eastern District Court
||D. P. Marshall
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|September 8, 2015
JUDGMENT: Askew's claims about failure to follow ADC policies and his assignment to administrative segregation are dismissed without prejudice for failure to state a claim. Askew's remaining claims are dismissed without prejudice for failure to pay the filing fee. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/8/2015. (jak)
|April 20, 2015
ORDER denying 41 Motion for Reconsideration. Magistrate Judge Deere did not err in counting Askew's pre-PLRA dismissals as "strikes" for purposes of 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g). Askew may proceed with his case but must pay the filing fee by 19 May 2015, or his case will be dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 4/20/2015. (jak)
|January 20, 2015
ORDER adopting 4 Recommendation. Askew's claims based on failure to follow ADC policies or procedures and his claim based on his assignment to administrative segregation are dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 1/20/2015. (jak)
|December 17, 2014
ORDER finding that service is appropriate for Defendants Burl, Earl, Mills, Cobb, Bray, Austin, Butler, Gay, Westbrook, Mann, and Branscumb. The Clerk is directed to update the docket sheet to include Defendants Westbrook, Mann, and Branscumb. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 12/17/2014. (jak)
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