Betar v. Advance Correctional et al
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|February 27, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER by Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley, Jr. on 2/27/2018: The motion for leave to file an amended complaint 19 is GRANTED. The official-capacity claims against Defendant Johnson are DISMISSED; The Fourteenth Amendment c laim regarding denial of medical treatment against Defendant Johnson in his individual capacity will proceed; The Fourteenth Amendment conditions-of-confinement claim against Defendant Johnson in his individual capacity will proceed; The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to add Matthew Johnson as a Defendant to the docket of this action. cc: counsel, Plaintiff (pro se), Defendant Johnson (JM)
|July 6, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER by Chief Judge Joseph H. McKinley, Jr. on 7/5/2017: The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to docket the letter at DN 6 also as a motion to amend; the motion is granted. The claims against the HCJ and Advance Correctional and the official-capacity claims are DISMISSED; The individual-capacity claims against Defendants Blue, Lewis, and Coy are DISMISSED; The claims regarding the use of the telephone and canteen are DISMISSED; Defendants HCJ, Advance Correctional, Blue , Lewis, and Coy are DISMISSED from this action; The Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to terminate HCJ, Advance Correctional, Joe Blue, Captain Lewis, and Sgt. Coy as Defendants from the docket of this action; the Fourteenth Amendment conditions-of- confinement and medical-treatment claims will proceed against Defendant Jodie in her individual capacity. cc: Plaintiff (pro se), Defendants, HCA (JBM)
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