Burr v. Macon County Sheriffs Office et al
||Joshua L. Burr
||Macon County Sheriffs Office, Scott Marron, Justin Crane and Dale Clouse
||March 16, 2017
||US District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
||Frank D. Whitney
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||Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 9, 2019
CLERK'S JUDGMENT is hereby entered in accordance with the Court's Order dated 1/9/2019. Signed by Clerk, Frank G. Johns on 1/9/2019. (maf) Modified on 1/9/2019 to remove reference of mailing. (maf)
|February 14, 2018
ORDER that Pltf's 1 Complaint survives initial review as to all Defts except for the Macon County Sheriff's Office. Clerk shall send Pltf summons forms to fill out so service may be made on remaining Defts. Once the Court receives the summons forms, U.S. Marshal shall effectuate service on Defts in accordance with Rule 4 of F.R.Cv.P. Signed by Chief Judge Frank D. Whitney on 2/14/2018. (Pro se litigant served by US Mail.) (ejb)
|October 3, 2017
ORDER that Clerk of this Court shall mail Plaintiff a new IFP application for Plaintiff to fill out. Alternatively, Plaintiff may pay the filing fee for this action. If, within 20 days of receiving the new IFP application, Pla intiff fails to return the application, or does not pay the filing fee, this matter will be dismissed without prejudice and without further notice to Plaintiff. ( IFP Application/Fee due by 10/26/2017.) Signed by Chief Judge Frank D. Whitney on 10/3/2017. (Pro se litigant served by US Mail.)(khm)
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