BROWN v. COMERFORD et al
||GIELOW, S K ENFINGER, RICHARD COMERFORD and M SUTTLES
||October 25, 2013
||Florida Northern District Court
||LACEY A COLLIER
||CHARLES J KAHN
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|July 21, 2014
ORDER adopting the magistrate judge's 16 Report and Recommendation. Plaintiff's claims against defendants Michael Crews and Richard Comerford are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE for failure to state a claim upon which re lief may be granted. Plaintiff's claims for compensatory and punitive damages are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE under 42 U.S.C. § 1997e(e). Plaintiff's claims for injunctive relief are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. This case is remanded to the Magistrate Judge for further proceedings. Signed by SENIOR JUDGE LACEY A COLLIER on 7/21/2014. RICHARD COMERFORD (WARDEN) and MICHAEL D CREWS (SECRETARY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS) terminated. (djb)
|October 21, 2014
ORDER adopting the magistrate judge's 24 Report and Recommendation. Plaintiff's individual capacity claims for nominal damages against defendants Gielow, Suttles, Enfinger, Carr and Moore are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJ UDICE for plaintiffs failure to comply with an order of the court. All other claims were dismissed on July 21, 2014 (doc. 21 ). The clerk shall enter judgment according to this Order and the court's July 21, 2014 Order (doc. 21 ), and shall close the file. Signed by SENIOR JUDGE LACEY A COLLIER on 10/21/2014. (djb)
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