Hill v. Kilbourne et al
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|March 13, 2015
RULING and ORDER denying 110 Motion in Limine. The 104 , 111 and 112 Motions in Limine are DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Plaintiff's 120 Objection to Defendant's Proposed Charges/Instructions/Verdict Form is OVERRULED. Signed by Judge John W. deGravelles on 3/13/2015. (SMG)
|June 23, 2014
RULING denying 22 and 41 Motion for Summary Judgment. The claims against the misnamed Defendant, Capt. Jerry Babin, are dismissed pursuant to Rule 4(m), Fed. R. Civ. P., for failure to serve. Signed by Judge Shelly D. Dick on 06/23/2014. (CGP)
|June 4, 2012
RULING: Deft Tyrone Kilbourne's 23 Motion to Submit Documents under Seal for In Camera Inspection is denied. However, the exhibits shall remain under seal until the time for the deft to appeal this ruling to the district judge has expired. I f this ruling is not timely appealed to the district judge, the exhibits will be unsealed and the deft will be required to provide copies of them to the pltf. Alternatively, the deft may move to withdraw the exhibits. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 6/4/2012. (JDL)
|March 30, 2012
ORDER granting 14 Motion for Identification of John Doe 1, 2 and 3 to identify Col. John Smith, Maj. Doug Stroughter and Capt. Jerry Babin as the 3 defts. In all other respects, the motion is denied. IT IS ORDERED that defts Col. John Smith, Maj. Doug Stroughter and Capt. Jerry Babin be served with the amended complaint (7) in accordance with law. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 3/30/2012. (JDL)
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