Hamilton v. Meche et al
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|August 30, 2012
ORDER : IT IS ORDERED that discovery in this action is limited, at the current time, to that which is necessary to address qualified immunity. Furthermore, to assure that the qualified immunity issue can be expeditiously addressed in the manner conte mplated by Schultea, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that: (1) Not later than 9/30/12, the plaintiffs must supplement their reply to defendants' qualified immunity defense, specifying the precise conduct of each individual defendant and the corresponding constitutional violations arising from that conduce upon which they base their Section 1983 claims. (2) Not later than 10/15/12, defendants must file their motion for summary judgment based upon qualified immunity. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 8/30/12. (crt,Kennedy, T)
|June 19, 2012
ORDER REQUIRING RULE 7(a) REPLY. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, no later than twenty-one days after the date of this order, the plaintiff shall file a reply to the qualified immunity defense pleaded by the defendants. The reply must allege with specifici ty the constitutional rights that were violated, the facts that support these allegations, the persons involved in these alleged violations, and the reasons that the asserted defense of qualified immunity is inapplicable. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the defendants shall not file any response to plaintiff's reply; any response filed will be disregarded. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 6/19/2012. (crt,Kennedy, T)
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