Stipe v. Smith et al
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|August 31, 2011
RULING Adopting of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. the Court declines supplemental jurisdiction over the plaintiff's state law claims and the defendants' Motion to Dismiss, (doc. 29) is granted, dismissing the plaintiff's claims asserted ag ainst the defendants, without prejudice to any state law claims which the plaintiff may have. In light of the Court's disposition of the defendants' Motion to Dismiss, the plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment, (doc. 38) is denied as moot. Signed by Judge Brian A. Jackson on 8/30/2011. (PJH)
|July 21, 2011
RULING Adopting 86 Motion to Dismiss, filed by Unknown Durbin, Denise Harris, Unknown Grimes, Cindy Park, John Prejean, Seth Smith, Patrick Cockran, Greg McKey, Charlene Haydel, 89 Report and Recommendations of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. Accordin gly, dft's 86 Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice as Rule 11 Sanction, is granted in part, such that the Court deems as proven in this case that on the date of the accident complained of, 6/11/2010, the pltf was assigned to a lower bunk on Tier C at the EHCC Beaver 5 housing unit and was on that date housed in a cell which was not occupied by a co-inmate. This action is referred back to Magistrate Judge Christine Noland for further proceedings.. Signed by Judge Brian A. Jackson on 7/20/2011. (CMM)
|January 6, 2011
ORDER denying 46 Motion for Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction; denying 54 MOTION to Inform the Court of Retaliation. Signed by Judge Brian A. Jackson on 1/5/11. (BP)
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