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13-1705 - Grayson v. The City of Aurora, Illinois et al


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13-1705 - Grayson v. The City of Aurora, Illinois et al
December 19, 2013
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Enter MEMORANDUM OPINION and ORDER: For the reasons set forth, the Court grants Graysons Motion to Compel Discovery. The Court limits this discovery to the named individual Defendants only and does not permit discovery of the personnel files, citizen complaint files, and employee complaint histories for any other individuals, unless and until those individuals are subsequently added as parties to the Complaint. Signed by the Honorable Virginia M. Kendall on 12/19/2013.Mailed notice(tsa, )
December 31, 2014
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Enter ORDER: The Defendants Motion to Dismiss Count XI of the Amended Complaint (Dkt. No. 80) is granted without prejudice. Graysons Opposition to the Defendants Motion to Re-Open the Deposition of Marilou Alvorado (Dkt. No. 114) is granted in part and denied in part. The Court will not reconsider its prior ruling, but will afford both parties an additional thirty minutes of deposition time with the witness. Signed by the Honorable Virginia M. Kendall on 12/31/2014.Mailed notice(tsa, )
January 17, 2016
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MOTION for summary judgment 159 is granted in part and denied in part; MOTION for summary judgment 177 is granted in part and denied in part. The Court grants summary judgment in favor of the Defendants on Graysons (1) due process claim to the extent it relies on fabricated evidence or unduly suggestive identification procedure allegations, (2) supervisory liability claim, (3) federal and state conspiracy claims, (4) negligent supervision claim, (5) intentional infliction of emotional distress claim, (6) respondeat superior claim, (7) spoliation claim, and (8) conspiracy to deny access to courts claim. The Court denies summary judgment on Graysons (1) due process claim to the extent it relies on Brady violations and coerced confession allegations, (2) failure to intervene claim, (3) malicious prosecution claim, and (4) indemnification claim. Signed by the Honorable Virginia M. Kendall on 1/17/2016:Mailed notice(Kendall, Virginia)