Jones et al v. Iko et al
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|April 11, 2016
JUDGMENT: Jones's constitutional claims against York are dismissed with prejudice. His malpractice claim against York is dismissed without prejudice. Jones's claims against Skillen and Watson are dismissed with prejudice. Jones's claims against Clark, Goldman, and Harris are dismissed without prejudice. Jones's claims against Iko are dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 4/11/2016. (jak)
|November 17, 2015
ORDER denying without prejudice 90 Motion to Clarify. Jones's lawyer may file a similar motion if he decides it's appropriate after familiarizing himself with the case. In any event, all future motions and papers must be filed only by Jones's lawyer. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 11/17/2015. (jak)
|November 3, 2015
ORDER: Jones's appeal, 78 , is sustained in part and rejected in part. His motion to compel, 45 , is granted as modified in part and denied in part. And the pending recommendation, 80 , is adopted as modified. The case is returned to Magistrate Judge Kearney. He will appoint counsel and set a deadline for any second motion for summary judgment. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 11/3/2015. (jak)
|May 5, 2014
ORDER declining 3 Proposed Findings and Recommendations. Jones's 1 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis is denied as moot. The Court requests Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney to screen Jones's complaint. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 5/5/2014. (jak)
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