Scarpinato v. Indiana State Prison et al
||Daniel L Scarpinato
||Indiana State Prison, Anthony Watson, S Hough and Ms Smith
||October 29, 2015
||US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
||South Bend Office
||William C Lee
||Christopher A Nuechterlein
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|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 6, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER taking under advisement 27 Motion for Summary Judgment pending receipt of supplemental information from the plaintiff. Scarpinato is DIRECTED to submit a sworn declaration or affidavit as outlined in the order no later than 7/24/ 2017. In addition, the defendants are GRANTED leave until 8/11/17 to respond to any filing by the plaintiff. Finally, Scarpinato is CAUTIONED that failure to provide the information outlined above may result in the summary judgment motion being granted without further notice. Signed by Judge Philip P Simon on 7/6/17. (Copy mailed to pro se party). (nal)
|September 12, 2016
OPINION AND ORDER: Grants the plaintiff leave to proceed against Anthony Watson and S. Hough in their individual capacities for money damages for failing to provide him with adequate bedding in violation of the Eighth Amendment; Dismisses any and all other claims contained in the complaint; Directs the Clerk and the US Marshals Service to issue and serve process on Anthony Watson and S. Hough with a copy of this order and the second amended complaint; Order that Anthony Watson and S. Hough respond only to the claims for which the plaintiff has been granted leave to proceed in this screening order. Signed by Judge William C Lee on 9/12/2016. (cc: Watson, Hough, Scarpinato)(lpw)
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