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06-1590 - WOODS v. MEDLOCK et al


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06-1590 - WOODS v. MEDLOCK et al
December 10, 2007
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION that the MOTION to Dismiss 12 filed by ANGELA ZIMMERLINK, VINCENT A. VICITIES, BARRY CROFTCHECK, JOHN DOE, #4, LARRY J. MEDLOCK, JOHN DOE, #1, GARY BROWNFIELD, JANE DOE, #2, JOSEPH HARDY, JANE DOE, #1, be GRANTED as to Defendants Brownfield, Vicities, Hardy, Zimmerlink, and John Doe No. 4 - County Prison Board and DENIED as to Defendants Medlock, Croftcheck, John Doe No. 1 - Officer J.R., Jane Doe No. 1 - Correctional Lieutenant, John Doe No. 2 - Maintenance Supervisor, and Jane Doe No. 3 - Prison Counselor. Objections to R&R due by 12/27/2007. Signed by Judge Lisa Pupo Lenihan on December 10, 2007. (far)
January 9, 2008
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n, dated December 10, 2007, is adopted as the Opinion of the Court; details more fully stated in said Order. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 1/9/08.(jg)MEMORANDUM ORDER indicating that Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (Doc. No. 12) is granted as to Defendants Brownfield, Vicities, Hardy, Zimmerlink, and John Doe No. 4 - County Prison Board and denied as to Defendants Medlock, Croftcheck, John Doe No. 1 - Officer J.R., Jane Doe No. 1 - Correctional Lieutenant, John Doe No. 2 - Maintenance Supervisor, and Jane Doe No. 3 - Prison Counselor; that that Plaintiffs Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings (Doc. No. 16) is dismissed without prejudice to refiling as a motion for summary judgment in accordance with the procedures and deadlines set forth in a case management order to be issued by Magistrate Judge Lenihan; that the Report and Recommendation (Doc. No. 17) of Magistrate Judge Leniha