Newton v. Crittenden County Detention Facility
||Crittenden County Detention Facility and L Schrader
||September 8, 2011
||Arkansas Eastern District Court
||Brian S. Miller
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|July 5, 2012
JUDGMENT, consistent with 29 Order entered this date, this case is hereby DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 7/5/2012. (jct)
|June 4, 2012
ORDER granting Defendant Floyd Schrader's 25 MOTION for extension of time to file dispositive motions. The Court will issue a new scheduling order, if necessary. Plaintiff Daniel Newton has 30 days to respond to 25 MOTION to Dismiss. His failure to respond to the motion, & to this Court's Order, could result in the dismissal of his claims. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 6/4/2012. (jct)
|November 18, 2011
ORDER ADOPTING 7 Partial Report and Recommendations in their entirety; therefore, pltf's claims against the Crittenden County Detention Facility are dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 11/18/11. (vjt)
|September 20, 2011
ORDER directing the Clerk of Court to prepare a summons for Defendant Schrader & the U.S. Marshal is requested to serve Defendant Schrader with the 2 Complaint & 6 Amended Complaint filed by Daniel Newton. Mr. Newton's claims against the Crittenden County Detention Facility will be addressed in a separate recommendation. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 9/20/2011. (jct)
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