Anderson v. D.C.I. Medical Staff et al

Case Number: 3:2009cv01057
Filed: December 17, 2009
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Baton Rouge Office
Presiding Judge: James J. Brady
Referring Judge: Docia L Dalby
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 3, 2011 28 Opinion or Order of the Court RULING Adopting 15 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Dr. Tarver, 26 Report and Recommendations, of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. Defendant's 15 Motion for Summary Judgment is GRANTED, DISMISSING the plaintiff's claims for failure to exhaust administrative remedies pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1997e, with prejudice to his refiling the same claim in forma pauperis.. Signed by Judge James J. Brady on 3/3/2011. (PJH)
September 30, 2010 25 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: Accordingly, based on the foregoing, the plaintiffs motion, 24 is denied.. Signed by Magistrate Judge Docia L Dalby on 9/30/2010. (CMM, )
March 2, 2010 4 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER: This proceeding shall be dismissed, without prejudice, for failure of the plaintiff to correct the deficiency of which he was notified. Signed by Judge James J. Brady on 3/2/10. (BP, )

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