Aikens v. Porter et al
||Porter, A. Wopeto, Thomas Sticht and A. Rodriguez
||November 28, 2016
||US District Court for the Western District of New York
||William M. Skretny
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|February 8, 2019
DECISION AND ORDER GRANTING Defendants' 13 Motion to Dismiss; DENYING Plaintiff's 16 "Motion Not to Dismiss the Amended Complaint"; DIRECTING the Clerk of the Court to TERMINATE Defendants Awopetu, Sticht, and Rodriguez as de fendants in this action; DIRECTING Defendant Porter to file an answer within 14 days of the entry date of this decision consistent with Rule 12 (a)(4)(A). Signed by William M. Skretny, United States District Judge on 2/8/2019. (MEAL) Copy mailed to Plaintiff. -CLERK TO FOLLOW UP-
|January 11, 2018
DECISION AND ORDER GRANTING Plaintiff's 2 Motion to proceed in forma pauperis; DENYING Plaintiff's 4 request for a temporary restraining order; DIRECTING the Clerk of Court is directed to cause the United States Marshal Service to serv e the Summons, Amended Complaint, and this Decision and Order on Defendants without Plaintiff's payment therefor, unpaid fees to be recoverable if this action terminates by monetary award in Plaintiffs favor; DIRECTING the Defendants to answer or move against the Amended Complaint; DIRECTING the Clerk of Court to forward a copy of this Decision and Order by email to Michael Russo, Assistant Attorney General in Charge, Buffalo Regional Office as specified. Signed by William M. Skretny, United States District Judge on 1/11/2018. (MEAL) Copy mailed to Plaintiff. - CLERK TO FOLLOW UP -
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