Davenport v. Crablim et al
||Crablim, Cunningham, Huff and John Does
||September 1, 2017
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas
||Pine Bluff Office
||James M. Moody
||J. Thomas Ray
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|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 12, 2017
ORDER Adopting 7 Recommended Partial Disposition. Davenport may proceed with his inadequate medical care claim against Crablim and Cunningham in their individual capacities only. The Clerk is directed to prepare a summons for Crablim and Cuningh am at the Humphries, Odum, & Eubanks law firm. The U.S. Marshal is directed to serve the summons, complaint, amended complaint, and this Order on them without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefor. All other claims and defendants are dismissed without prejudice. It is certified that an in forma pauperis appeal from this Order would not be taken in good faith. Signed by Judge James M. Moody Jr. on 12/12/2017. (mcz)
|November 27, 2017
RECOMMENDED PARTIAL DISPOSITION recommending that Davenport be allowed to proceed with his inadequate medical care claim against Crablim and Cunningham, in their individual capacities only; service be ordered on Crablim and Cunningham; and the Court certify that an in forma pauperis appeal from any Order adopting this Recommended Partial Disposition would not be taken in good faith. Objections due within 14 days of this Recommendation. Signed by Magistrate Judge J. Thomas Ray on 11/27/2017. (kdr)
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