Wilson v. Lawson et al
||Jason K. Wilson
||Ronnie Lawson and Butch Gallion
||May 15, 2014
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
||J Ronnie Greer
||Dennis H Inman
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|September 6, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION: The Court found that the complaint, as pled, failed to state a claim but that it might state a claim if Plaintiff amended certain allegations therein [Id.]. Thus, the Court allowed Plaintiff 30 days from that da te to amend those allegations [Id.]. More than 30 days have passed, and Plaintiff has failed to amend his complaint or otherwise respond to the Court's order. Therefore, this lawsuit will be DISMISSED for failure to state a claim. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 09/06/2017. (Copy of Memorandum Opinion mailed to Jason Wilson) (AMP)
|June 22, 2017
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: For the reasons set forth herein, Plaintiff's claims as they are pled do not state Eighth Amendment claims, but they might so do if he amends them to correct the various deficiencies noted herein. Theref ore, unless within 30 days of the date on this Order Plaintiff amends his claims to cure the specific deficiencies noted herein, the Court will DISMISS this case for failure to state a claim for relief, without providing further notice to Plaintiff. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 06/22/2017. (Copy of Order mailed to Jason Wilson) (AMP)
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