Schaum v. Griffin et al
||Kathy Griffin, Officer Conrad and Sargent Burton
||April 16, 2018
||Indiana Northern District Court
||South Bend Office
||Jon E DeGuilio
||Michael G Gotsch
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|July 18, 2018
OPINION AND ORDER re 27 Amended Complaint, GRANTS Kody Schaum leave to proceed on a claim against Officer Conrad in his individual capacity for compensatory and punitive damages for using excessive force against him on August 1, 2017, under the Ei ghth Amendment; GRANTS Kody Schaum leave to proceed against Sergeant Burton, Sergeant Nelson and Correctional Officer Knuff in their individual capacities for monetary damages for failing to intervene in Officer Conrads use of excessive force on Augu st 1, 2017;DISMISSES Correctional Officer John Doe as a defendant; DISMISSES any and all other claims contained in the complaint; DIRECTS the clerk and the United States Marshals Service to issue and serve process on Sgt. Nelson and C.O. Knuff at the Indiana Department of Correction with a copy of this order and the amended complaint (ECF 27), pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(d); andORDERS Officer Conrad, Sergeant Burton, Sergeant Nelson and CorrectionalOfficer Knuff to respond, as provided for in the FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE and N.D. IND. L.R. 10.1, only to the claims for which the pro se plaintiff has been granted leave to proceed in this screening order. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 7/18/18. (Copy mailed to pro se party)(mlc)
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