Ford (85197) v. McKinney et al
||Dominick James Ford
||Casey McKinney, John/Jane Doe (1), John/Jane Doe (2), John/Jane Doe (3), John/Jane Doe (4), John/Jane Doe (5) and John/Jane Doe (6)
||November 23, 2016
||US District Court for the District of Kansas
||Sam A. Crow
||David J. Waxse
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|August 31, 2018
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER dismissing this matter for failure to state a claim for relief. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED plaintiff's motions for waiver of service 26 , for summary judgment 27 , for punitive and declaratory damages 31 , for continuance 32 , to supplement the complaint to add additional damages requests 34 , to obtain the Court's notes 35 and to clarify 37 are denied. Signed by District Judge Sam A. Crow on 8/31/2018. Mailed to pro se party Dominick James Ford by regular mail. (mls)
|January 31, 2018
NOTICE AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ENTERED: Plaintiff is granted to and including March 16, 2018, to show cause and to submit an amended complaint as directed. The following motions are denied: Doc. 9 motion for hearing; Doc. 10 motion for hearing ; Doc. 11 motion to appoint counsel; Doc. 12 motion to reconsider appointment of counsel; Doc. 13 motion for other affirmative defenses; Doc. 14 motion for reconsideration of order; Doc. 18 motion to access additional case information; Doc. 19 motion for procedural order under Rule 27; Doc. 20 motion for order; Doc. 22 motion for judgment on the pleadings; and Doc. 23 motion for issuance of subpoena. Signed by District Judge Sam A. Crow on 01/31/18. Mailed to pro se party Dominick James Ford by regular mail. (smnd)
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