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13-11095 - Tibbs v. Samuels et al


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13-11095 - Tibbs v. Samuels et al
January 17, 2014
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Judge Denise J. Casper: ORDER entered re letter 49 about filing fee payment. The Court hereby requests that the treasurer of the institution having custody of the plaintiff inform the Court, within 21 days of the date of this order, whether the transmission of the $82.00 (which the Court received on December 26, 2013) or any portion thereof was in excess of what is required under 28 U.S.C. § 1915(b)(2). The Court also asks the treasurer to provide a prison account statement for the plaintiff for the period beginning August 19, 2013 through the present. [Copy of order sent to treasurer of MCI Cedar Junction on 1/21/14](PSSA, 3)
March 28, 2017
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Judge Denise J. Casper: ORDER entered. MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - the Court ALLOWS IN PART and DENIES IN PART Defendants' motion for summary judgment, D. 124, as follows: a. ALLOWS the motion as to Count One (§ 1983 retaliation claim) against Rego and Mack but DENIES the motion as to Count One against the remaining Defendants. b. DENIES the motion as to Counts Three and Four (§ 1983 excessive force claims). c. ALLOWS the motion as to Count Five (§ 1983 failure to protect claim) against Stork, but DENIES the motion as to Count Five against the remaining Defendants. d. ALLOWS the motion as to Count Ten (§ 1983 claim) against Spencer and Saba. e. ALLOWS the motion as to Count Eleven (§ 1983 conspiracy claim) against Rego and Mack but DENIES the motion as to Count Eleven against the remaining Defendants. f. ALLOWS the motion as to Count Twelve (procedural due process claim). g. DENIES the motion as to Count Thirteen (MCRA claim).(Hourihan, Lisa)