TASSEL v. LAWRENCE COUNTY DOMESTIC RELATIONS SECTIONS et al
||LYNN A. VAN TASSEL
||LAWRENCE COUNTY DOMESTIC RELATIONS SECTIONS, LARRY TROGGIO, JACKIE MCBRIDE, JACKIE BARTBERGER, CHARMAGNE DUZAK, FIRST CHOICE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, FIRST COMMONWEALTH BANK, JOHN W. HODGE, JAMES W. MANOLIS and ARTHUR R. VAN TASSEL
||March 2, 2009
||Pennsylvania Western District Court
||Civil Rights: Other Office
||Nora Barry Fischer
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||42:1983 Civil Rights Act
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|August 19, 2009
MEMORANDUM OPINION indicating that, for the reasons stated within, the Court will abstain from exercising jurisdiction over Plaintiff's motion requesting that this Court enjoin the pending state court contempt proceedings under the doctrine set forth in Younger v. Harris, 401 U.S. 37 (1971). Accordingly, Plaintiff's motion for a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order 64 is denied. An appropriate Order follows. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 8/19/09. (jg)
|September 22, 2009
MEMORANDUM OPINION indicating that, based on the reasons more fully stated in said Memorandum Opinion, the motions to dismiss filed by Defendants Judge Hodge and Domestic Relations 55 , attorney Manolis 51 , and Van Tassel 53 are GRANTED; Plaintiff's claims against these defendants are dismissed, with prejudice; Plaintiff's claims against Defendants Troggio, McBride, Bartberger, and Duzak, are also dismissed, with prejudice. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 9/22/2009. (bk)
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