Williams, Jessie v. Jones et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 27, 2014
JUDGMENT entered dismissing this case. (PAO/jef). (jef),(ps)
|January 2, 2014
ORDER that plaintiff Jessie Williams may have until January 17, 2013, to file a response to defendant Jesse Jones's motion for summary judgment. If plaintiff does not respond by that date, I will dismiss the case with prejudice. Signed by District Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 1/2/2014. (jef),(ps)
|June 18, 2013
ORDER that plaintiff Jessie Williams may have until July 2, 2013, to tell the court whether he wishes to proceed with his claim against defendant Jones or his claim against defendant Braemer under the number assigned to this case. Plaintiff must pick one and only one of these claims to proceed under case no. 13-cv-248-bbc. Plaintiff may have until July 2, 2013, to advise the court whether he wishes to pursue the other claim under a separate case number; or dismiss the other claim without preju dice so that he may file it at a later date. If plaintiff dismisses the other claim voluntarily, he will not owe a second filing fee. If he chooses to pursue the other claim, he will owe a separate $350 filing fee and will be assessed another in itial partial payment. If plaintiff fails to respond to this order by July 2, 2013, I will enter an order dismissing the lawsuit as it presently exists without prejudice for plaintiff's failure to prosecute it. Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 6/18/2013. (jef),(ps)
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