Lewis v. Holladay et al
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|September 17, 2015
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS 125 pltf's motion for summary judgment is denied 73 ; defts' motion for summary judgment 102 is granted in part and denied in part; pltf's official-capacity claims against defts are dism issed with prejudice; and pltf's individual-capacity claims against defts Holladay, Speer, Hazel, Lowe, Allison, Evans, Mitchell and Stowe are dismissed with prejudice; pltf may proceed with his excessive-force claims against only defts Bennett and Seibel in their individual capacities. Signed by Judge Billy Roy Wilson on 9/17/15. (tjb)
|April 6, 2015
ORDER ADOPTING 44 REPORT AND PARTIAL RECOMMENDATIONS as this Court's findings in all respects in their entirety. Accordingly, Plaintiff's 41 Motion for Injunctive Relief is DENIED. Signed by Judge Billy Roy Wilson on 04/06/2015. (rhm)
|March 20, 2015
ORDER ADOPTING 38 Partial Report and Recommendations. Plaintiff's 32 Motion to Amend and for Service of Process is GRANTED. Mr. Jackman, Mr. Stuart and Ms. Elliott and DISMISSED as Defendants; Vanessa Lowe is re-instated as a defendant; K. Stone is substituted as the new "Jane Doe nurse" for Ms. Elliott; the Clerk of the Court is directed to issue and the United States Marshal is directed to serve, without prepayment of fees or costs or the giving of security a summons and copy of the 3 Amended Complaint on Vanessa Lowe and K. Stone. Signed by Judge Billy Roy Wilson on 3/20/2015. (mcz)
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