Locke v. Schmaling et al
||Captain Wearing, Racine County Jail, Christopher Schmaling, Racine County Jail Administration, Racine County and City of Racine
||Adam A Locke
||January 10, 2013
||Wisconsin Eastern District Court
||J P Stadtmueller
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Conditions of Confinement
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|June 19, 2013
ORDER signed by Judge J P Stadtmueller on 6/19/13 granting 2 Plaintiff's Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis; on or before 7/9/13 Plaintiff shall supplement his complaint as specified; the Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Co rrections or his designee shall collect from Plaintiff's prisoner trust account the $300 balance of the filing fee by collecting monthly payments from the plaintiffs prison trust account; and, defendants Racine County Jail, Racine County Jail Administration and the City of Racine are dismissed from this action. See Order. (cc: Plaintiff, all counsel) (nm)
|July 16, 2013
ORDER signed by Judge J P Stadtmueller on 7/16/13: dismissing Counts IV and VII of 1 Plaintiff's Complaint; directing the U S Marshal serve a copy of 1 the complaint, this order, and 11 the Court's previous order upon the defendants; the defendants shall file a responsive pleading to 1 the Complaint. See Order. (cc: Plaintiff, Warden of Green Bay Correctional Institution w/copy of 11 the Court's previous order, all counsel)(nm)
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