Jones v. Hartshorn et al
||Walter Lee Jones
||Pat Hartshorn, Raymond Lewellyn, Robert Mitchell, Lynn Galloway, Marc Reynolds, Brad Besson, Mike Funk and Bruce Stark
||February 3, 2015
||US District Court for the Central District of Illinois
||Sue E. Myerscough
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 24, 2017
OPINION Entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 07/24/2017. SEE WRITTEN OPINION. Plaintiff's motion for an extension to file a response toDefendants' reply is denied. (d/e 73 .) Briefing on the summary judgment motion closed with Defenda nts' reply. Defendants' motion for summary judgment is granted in part and denied in part (d/e 57 ). Summary judgment is granted to Defendants on Plaintiff's claims arising from his 2011 detention in the Vermilion County Jail. Sum mary judgment is granted to Defendants Hardy, Walker, and Rademacher. Summary judgment is denied to Defendant Galloway on Plaintiff's claims arising from Plaintiff's dermatitis, tooth decay, and alleged rectal bleeding during his 2013 det ention in the Vermilion County Jail. Summary judgment is granted on Plaintiff's claims regarding his medical conditions in 2013 other than his dermatitis, tooth decay and rectal bleeding. By August 31, 2017, Defendants may file another summar y judgment motion addressing the remaining claims. This deadline will be stayed if the parties notify the Court that they are interested in a settlement conference with the Magistrate Judge. A final pretrial conference is scheduled for October 2, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. The jury selection and trial are scheduled from November 7-9, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. The clerk is directed to correct the spelling of Defendant "Rodemaker" to Defendant "Rademacher." (DM, ilcd)
|December 17, 2015
OPINION entered by Judge Sue E. Myerscough on 12/17/2015. SEE WRITTEN OPINION. Plaintiff's motion to alter judgment is granted ( 13 ). The clerk is directed to vacate the 8/10/15 judgment and to re-open this case. The clerk is directed to do cket Plaintiff's proposed amended complaint as an amended complaint. The clerk is directed to attempt service of the amended complaint on Defendants Galloway, Hardy, Walker, and Rodemaker pursuant to the standard procedures. The Clerk is dire cted to enter the standard qualified protective order pursuant to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Plaintiff's motion for copies of the medical records he attached to his motion to alter judgment is denied ( 15 ), wit h leave to renew upon paying 10 cents per page for those copies(50 cents for the five pages). Plaintiff's motion for counsel are denied ( 16 , 17 ), with leave to renew upon a more developed factual record. A more developed factual record is needed for the Court to determine how complex the medical and dental claims will be. If Plaintiff renews his motion, he should set forth how far he has gone in school, any jobs he has held inside and outside of prison, any classes he has taken in prison, and any prior litigation experience he has.(DM, ilcd)
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