Claxton v. Byrne et al
||Officer Byrne, Officer Bolton and Officer Skarupinski
||April 10, 2013
||Illinois Northern District Court
||Thomas M. Durkin
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|October 24, 2013
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order:For the foregoing reasons, the Officers' motion to dismiss 14 , is granted without prejudice. This dismissal will become a dismissal with prejudice on April 24, 2014, unless Claxton demonstrates to the Court that he has filed an appeal to challenge his conviction by that date. Civil case terminated. (see order for further detail) Signed by the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin on 10/24/2013:Mailed notice(srn, )
|April 11, 2013
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin on 4/11/2013: The plaintiff's motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis (Dkt. No. 3 ), is granted. The Court authorizes and orders Cook County Jail officials to deduct $6.78 f rom the plaintiff's account, and to continue making monthly deductions in accordance with this order. The Clerk shall send a copy of this order to the Supervisor of Inmate Trust Fund Accounts, Cook County Dept. of Corrections Administrative O ffice, Division V, 2700 S. California, Chicago, Illinois 60608. The Clerk is instructed to issue summonses for service on all defendants and send plaintiff a Magistrate Judge Consent Form and Instructions for Submitting Documents along with a copy of this order. The United States Marshals Service is appointed to serve all defendants. [For further details see written opinion.] Mailed notice (ao,)
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