Davis v. Hobbs et al
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|June 18, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING 70 Report and Recommendations of Magistrate Judge; denying Plaintiff's 20 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; granting Defendant's 53 Motion for Summary Judgment. Davis's due process claims are dismissed with prejudice; his 8th Amendment claims are dismissed without prejudice; Davis's claim that Magness and Banks violated his constitutional rights by failing to properly staff the Varner Unit is dismissed without prejudice; his claims against defendants in their official capacities for money damages are dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 6/18/2013. (mcz)
|April 3, 2013
ORDER directing plaintiff to file a response to the 53 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by James Banks, Joe Page, III, Benny Magness, F Washington, Ray Hobbs, Mark Stephens, Curtis Meinzer, Maurice Culclager within 14 days of this Order, along with a short statement setting forth the disputed facts that he believes must be decided at a trial. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 4/3/13. (kpr)
|March 11, 2013
ORDER approving and adopting 34 the partial recommended disposition; and denying 32 Mr. Davis's motion to amend his complaint. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 3/11/2013. (kdr)
|October 15, 2012
ORDER ADOPTING in their entirety in all respects the 5 proposed findings and recommended partial disposition ; and dismissing without prejudice Mr. Davis' claims against defendants Hazel Robinson and Larry May. Robinson and May are dismissed as party defendants. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 10/15/2012. (kdr)
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