Scott v. Martin

Plaintiff: Elvin Tyrone Joel Scott
Defendant: Joey Martin
Case Number: 3:2014cv00309
Filed: December 26, 2014
Court: Arkansas Eastern District Court
Office: Jonesboro Office
County: Poinsett
Referring Judge: Jerome T. Kearney
Presiding Judge: D. P. Marshall
Nature of Suit: Prison Condition
Cause of Action: 42:1983
Jury Demanded By: None

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November 20, 2015 28 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT pursuant to 27 Memorandum and Order, it is considered, ordered, and adjudged that this case be, and it is hereby dismissed with prejudice. The relief sought is denied. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney on 11/20/2015. (jak)

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Defendant: Joey Martin
Represented By: C. Burt Newell
Represented By: Nicholas Rudolph Windle
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