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Poston v. Campbell Co. Jail et al (3:22-cv-00089-CEA-JEM)

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee

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  • MEMORANDUM & ORDER, the Court finds that Plaintiff has established mistake or inadvertence for failing to timely submit the required service packet; and thus, his motion (Document 13) is GRANTED pursuant to Rule 60(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The Court's May 13, 2022, Memorandum Opinion (Document 11) and Judgment Order (Document 12) are hereby VACATED. The Clerk is DIRECTED to reopen this cause as an active case. Plaintiff is ORDERED to complete the service packet and return it to the Court within twenty-one (21) days of entry of this Order. Plaintiff is NOTIFIED that this action will be dismissed if he fails to timely return the completed service packet. Signed by District Judge Charles E. Atchley, Jr. on 6/1/22. (c/m William Poston #1299 CAMPBELL COUNTY JAIL PO BOX 82 JACKSBORO, TN 37716 with service packet and (Document 10) ) (ADA)

  • JUDGMENT ORDER, this prisoners pro se complaint for relief filed under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 is DISMISSED pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(b). Further, because the Court CERTIFIED in the Memorandum Opinion that any appeal from this order would not be taken in good faith, should Plaintiff file a notice of appeal, he is DENIED leave to appeal in forma pauperis. Signed by District Judge Charles E. Atchley, Jr. on 5/13/22. (c/m William Poston #1299 CAMPBELL COUNTY JAIL PO BOX 82 JACKSBORO, TN 37716) (ADA)

  • MEMORANDUM OPINION in support of the following Judgment Order. Signed by District Judge Charles E. Atchley, Jr. on 5/13/22. (c/m William Poston #1299 CAMPBELL COUNTY JAIL PO BOX 82 JACKSBORO, TN 37716) (ADA)

  • MEMORANDUM & ORDER. Plaintiff's motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis (Document 9) is GRANTED. Plaintiff is ASSESSED the civil filing fee of $350.00 The custodian of Plaintiff's inmate trust account is DIRECTED to submit the filing fee to the Clerk in the manner set forth. The Court finds that Plaintiff has stated a plausible conditions-of-confinement and denial-of-medical-care claims against Defendant Sergeant Malicote. Plaintiff is ORDERED to complete t he service packet and return it to the Clerks Office within twenty-one (21) days of entry of this Order. As no claims have survived against them, all remaining Defendants are herebyDISMISSED. Signed by District Judge Charles E. Atchley, Jr on 4/6/22. (c/m William Poston #1299 CAMPBELL COUNTY JAIL PO BOX 82 JACKSBORO, TN 37716 with service packet, custodian of inmate accounts, and Attorney General for the State of Tennessee)(ADA)

  • MEMORANDUM AND ORDER, Plaintiff has not filed an application to proceed in forma pauperis and a certified copy of his inmate trust account Plaintiff shall have thirty (30) days from the date of entry of this order to pay the full filing fee or to submit the necessary documents. Signed by District Judge Charles E. Atchley, Jr. on 3/15/22. (c/m William Poston #1299 CAMPBELL COUNTY JAIL PO BOX 82 JACKSBORO, TN 37716 with ifp and account form)(ADA)

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Poston v. Campbell Co. Jail et al (3:22-cv-00089-CEA-JEM)

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee

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