Perez v. Peters et al
||Ernie Junior Perez
||Clements, John (or Jane) Doe, Evansk, Randy Geer, Mark Nooth, Colette Peters and Shupec
||March 6, 2014
||US District Court for the District of Oregon
||Pendleton (2) Office
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|February 7, 2017
OPINION & ORDER: Perez' Motion for Summary Judgment 151 is Granted as to his Fourteenth Amendment claim to the extent that claim addresses the liability (only) of Shupe and Schultz for the deprivation of Perez' due process r ights in connection with the three complained-of publication rejections and is otherwise Denied, Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment 160 is Denied as to Perez' Fourteenth Amendment claim to the extent that claim is alleged agains t defendants Shupe and Schultz and premised on the deprivation of his procedural due process rights in connection with the three complained-of publication rejections, and is otherwise Granted, and Perez' Motion for Imposition of Sanctions 176 is Denied. Signed on 2/7/17 by Magistrate Judge Paul Papak. (gm)
|May 27, 2015
ORDER: The Court GRANTS in part Defendants' Motion 39 and dismisses plaintiff's facial challenges to OARs:291-131-0035(1), 291-131-0010 (20) & (21)' 291-131-0015 (2)' 291- 131-0025 (5) (b), 291-131-0037 (6) (a) (A) and 291-131-0050 (3) (d) & (e). The Court DENIES in part defendants' Motion 39 as to OAR 291-131-0025(11) (b) (D) and as to defendants Peters and Nooth. In addition, the Court GRANTS in part and DENIES in part plaintiff's Motions to Compel Di scovery, Motion regarding sufficiency of an objection, and Motions for sanctions 53 & 72 as set forth in this Order. The Court further DENIES plaintiff's Second Motion for Court-Appointed Expert Witness 55 and Motion for Leave to File a Su pplemental Complaint 82 . Finally, the Court GRANTS defendants' Motion 84 and extends the deadline for completing discovery and filing dispositive motions until June 15, 2015. Signed on 5/27/15 by Magistrate Judge Paul Papak. (Mailed copy to plaintiff) (dsg)
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