John McGlone v. Robert Bell, et al
OPINION and JUDGMENT filed: The district court's finding that Appellant does not have standing to pursue his claim and the district court's grant of Defendants' motion to dismiss are REVERSED. The district court's denial of McGlone's motion for preliminary injunction is VACATED and the case is REMANDED. Decision for publication pursuant to local rule 206. (THIS DECISION WAS ORIGINALLY ISSUED AS AN "UNPUBLISHED DECISION" FILED ON APRIL 23, 2012. ON MAY 16, 2012 THE COURT DESIGNATED THE OPINION AS ONE RECOMMENDED FOR FULL-TEXT PUBLICATION.) Danny J. Boggs and Eric L. Clay, Circuit Judges; Arthur J. Tarnow (AUTHORING) U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan, sitting by designation. [10-6055, 10-6169]
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT
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Filed: June 01, 2012
Mr. Blind Akrawi
Neal & Harwell
150 Fourth Avenue, N., Suite 2000
Nashville, TN 37219
Mr. Nathan W. Kellum
Mr. Jonathan Andrew Scruggs
Alliance Defense Fund
699 Oak Leaf Office Lane, Suite 107
Memphis, TN 38117-0000
Mr. William J. Marett Jr.
Office of the Tennessee Attorney General
P.O. Box 20207
Nashville, TN 37202
Re: Case Nos. 10-6055/10-6169, John McGlone v. Robert Bell, et al
Originating Case No. : 10-00029
The court today announced its decision in the above-styled cases. This decision was
originally issued as an “unpublished decision” filed on April 23, 2012. The court has now
designated the opinion as one recommended for full-text publication. The date the opinion is
deemed to have been filed will remain April 23, 2012. Also enclosed is a judgment which has
been entered in conformity with Rule 36, Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure.
Yours very truly,
Leonard Green, Clerk
cc: Mr. Keith Throckmorton
Mandate to issue.
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