Fuentes v. Kelley et al
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|June 5, 2017
ORDER adopting in all respects 50 the Recommended Disposition; granting 37 defendant Dotson's motion for summary judgment; denying as moot 58 the Motion to Appoint Counsel; dismissing, with prejudice, Mr. Fuentes's claim against Defendant Dotson; and instructing the Clerk to close this case. Signed by Judge James M. Moody Jr. on 6/5/2017. (kdr)
|July 22, 2016
ORDER approving and adopting the 35 Partial Recommended Disposition as this Court's findings in all respects; and granting the Defendants' 31 motion for partial summary judgment. Mr. Fuentes's claims against Defendants Kelley, Ba rden, Allison, and Gollatt are dismissed, without prejudice, based on a failure to exhaust administrative remedies. Mr. Fuentes may proceed on his claim that Defendant Dotson improperly confiscated his personal mail in 2014. Signed by Judge James M. Moody Jr. on 7/22/2016. (ljb)
|May 6, 2016
ORDER ADOPTING 11 Partial Recommended Disposition in regard to Mr. Fuentes's Universal Declaration of Human Rights claims. Those claims are dismissed with prejudice. The Court rejects the recommendation to dismiss Defendants Kelley and Bard en. The Clerk is directed to identify ECF No. 20 as a Supplement to the Amended Complaint and Objection to Report and Recommendations. The Clerk is also directed to prepare summonses for Defendants Kelley and Barden and the US Marshal is directed to serve a copy of the complaint and the amended complaint, along with any attachments or supplements, and a summons for each of these defendants. Signed by Judge James M. Moody Jr. on 5/6/2016. (mcz)
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