Powers v. Hobbs et al
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|July 7, 2015
JUDGMENT: Powers's claims against all defendants in their official capacities are dismissed with prejudice based on sovereign immunity. Powers's claims against Hobbs, Burl, and Dover in their individual capacities are dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust. Powers's claims against Parsons in his individual capacity are dismissed without prejudice for lack of service. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/7/2015. (jak)
|June 4, 2015
ORDER: On de novo review, the Court adopts the partial recommendation, 18 , and overrules Powers's objection, 26 . Defendants' motion to dismiss, 11 , is granted in part and denied in part. Powers's claims against all defendants in their official capacities are dismissed with prejudice. His claims against Hobbs, Burl, and Dover are dismissed without prejudice for lack of exhaustion. Powers may proceed with his claims against Parsons, individually. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 6/4/2015. (jak)
|February 12, 2015
ORDER directing the Clerk of Court to prepare summonses for each of the named Defendants. The U.S. Marshal is directed to serve copies of the Complaint, with any attachments, and a summons for these Defendants without requiring prepayment of fees and costs or security. Service for Defendants should be through the ADC Compliance Division. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 2/12/2015. (jak)
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