Brown et al v. Lafayette City Parish Consolidated Government et al
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|April 29, 2014
PARTIAL JUDGMENT ADOPTING 47 Report and Recommendations. IT IS ORDERED that the Defendant's Motion to Dismiss 39 be GRANTED and accordingly, the Lafayette Police Department be DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE from this lawsuit, reserving the plaintiff's rights to amend their pleadings to name the City of Lafayette, if necessary, as the proper party defendant. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 4/29/14. (crt,Guidry, C)
|March 13, 2014
PARTIAL JUDGMENT - For the reasons stated in the Report and Recommendations of the Magistrate Judge previously filed herein 22 Report and Recommendations; 46 Report and Recommendations; 48 Report and Recommendations, IT IS ORDERED that the [ 15] Motion to Strike; 29 Motion to Strike and 40 Motion to Strike are DENIED without prejudice to defendants' right to re-urge the motions pursuant to the appropriate procedural vehicle. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 3/11/14. (crt,Guidry, C)
|February 28, 2014
PARTIAL JUDGMENT ADOPTING Report and Recommendations 23 Report and Recommendations. IT IS ORDERED that the attempted service on Officer Brasseaux directed by mail to the "Police Department of Lafayette" which was accepted by the signatur e of Sergeant K. Bayard is quashed, and the 17 Motion to Dismiss is DENIED at this time without prejudice. IT IS ORDERED that plaintiffs are granted sixty days from this date to properly serve Office Brasseaux. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 2/28/14. (crt,Guidry, C)
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