Blandin v. County of Charlotte et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 20, 2010
OPINION AND ORDER granting 97 Motion to dismiss and dismissing 58 Second Amended Complaint as to defendants Harvey Ayers and Trey Fredirichi with prejudice. The Clerk shall enter judgment accordingly and as previously provided in the August 24, 2009 96 Opinion and Order. The Clerk is further directed to terminate all pending motions and deadlines as moot, and to close the file. Signed by Judge John E. Steele on 1/20/2010. (RKR)
|August 24, 2009
OPINION AND ORDER granting in part and denying in part 59 Motion to dismiss and the Second Amended Complaint is dismissed as to the City of Punta Gorda and the Punta Gorda Police Department, and dismissed as to Harvey Ayers and Trey Fredirichi to t he extent that it alleges violations of the Fifth, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments; granting 60 Motion to dismiss and the Second Amended Complaint is dismissed with prejudice as to the State of Florida; granting 67 Motion to dismiss and the Seco nd Amended Complaint is dismissed with prejudice as to John Davenport; granting 68 Motion to dismiss and the Second Amended Complaint is dismissed with prejudice as to Charlotte County Jail; denying 87 Motion to quash and/or to dismiss. The Clerk shall withhold the entry of judgment until the conclusion of the case. See Opinion and Order for details. Signed by Judge John E. Steele on 8/24/2009. (RKM)
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