Sandres v. State Of Louisiana Division Of Administration et al
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|September 12, 2013
RULING and ORDER denying 70 Petition for Permission to Appeal This Judgment, Ruling and Order; If Required, 71 Application for Stay of Judgment, Order and Ruling Pending Appeal of Order, Ruling and Judgment or as an Alternative, a New Trial, 72 Motion for a New Trial, 73 Motion for Separation of This Case to Serve Justice and Equal Rights; and denying as moot 76 Motion to Expedite Final Ruling, Order and Judgment on Case # 08-145/08-563 Since Your Court Did Not Include Them in the Body of Last Ruling of March 19, 2013. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 9/12/2013. (SMG)
|September 26, 2011
RULINGS: Pltfs motion to amend the motion not to dismiss (doc. 32) is GRANTED; Defts motion for partial dismissal of claims (doc. 20) is GRANTED, as stated; and Pltfs Motion Not to Dismiss, which has been construed as an opposition to the motion to d ismiss (doc. 28) is DISMISSED as moot. The matter having recently been reassigned to the undersigned, pltfs motions to transfer or reassign the matter (docs. 39, 59) and motion for leave to file an amended affidavit in support of transfer (doc. 40) are DISMISSED as moot. The motion for a temporary restraining order (doc. 55) is DISMISSED as moot. Pltfs motion for a preliminary injunction (doc. 55) is DENIED. Because the Court has ruled on all of plaintiffs other pending motions in this matter, pltfs motions for information as to the status of other motions (docs. 16,38, 41, 42, 48, 49, 58, 61, 65) are DISMISSED as moot. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 9/23/2011. (JDL)
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