Duncan v. Quarterman et al
||Nathaniel Quarterman, Brad Livingston, Eddie L Wheeler, Mitchell L Bradshaw, Daisha B Simmons, Penny S Turner, Wilburn D Hinsley and Carroll R Krahn
||August 7, 2009
||US District Court for the Northern District of Texas
||Clinton E Averitte
||Mary Lou Robinson
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|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
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|August 26, 2009
ORDER OF DISMISSAL -- The Court, therefore, does OVERRULE 5 Objection to Report and Recommendation, and does hereby ADOPT 4 Report and Recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge. It is therefore ordered that this civil rights complaint is dismissed with prejudice as frivolous. The Court declines to exercise pendent jurisdiction over any claims sounding in state law and such claims are dismissed without prejudice. (Ordered by Judge Mary Lou Robinson on 8/26/2009) (awc)
|August 12, 2009
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Magistrate Judge to the U. S. District Judge that the civil rights complaint filed by plaintiff Duncan be Dismissed with Prejudice as frivolous. It is the further recommendation that the Cou rt decline to exercise pendent jurisdiction of those claims falling under State law and that such claims be Dismissed Without Prejudice. Any objections must be filed on or before the 14th day after this recommendation is filed. (Ordered by Magistrate Judge Clinton E Averitte on 8/12/09) (jeh)
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