Qualls v. Radar et al

Case Number: 3:2010cv00118
Filed: February 18, 2010
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Baton Rouge Office
Presiding Judge: James J. Brady
Referring Judge: Christine Noland
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Jury Demanded By: None

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March 24, 2010 6 Opinion or Order of the Court RULING Adopting 4 Report and Recommendations, of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. Accordingly, the court finds that this action must be dismissed, without prejudice, as a result of plaintiff's failure to exhaust administrative remedies as mandated by 42 U.S.C. 1997e, but with prejudice to his refiling the same claim in forma pauperis. Signed by Judge James J. Brady on 3/24/2010. (LSM, )
March 1, 2010 4 Opinion or Order of the Court REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS regarding 1 Complaint filed by Jarvis Qualls. It is recommended that this action be dismissed, without prejudice, as a result of the plaintiff's failure to exhaust administrative remedies as mandated by 42 U.S.C. 1997e, but with prejudice to his refiling the same claim in forma pauperis. Objections to R&R due by 3/18/2010. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christine Noland on 3/1/2010. (CMM, )

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