Grider et al v. City of Auburn, Alabama et al
OPINION AND ORDER: (1) Defendants City of Auburn, William Ham, Jr., Charles M. Duggan, Jr., William James, Andrew Meeks, Thomas Massey, James Terry Neal, III, Jason Crook, Christopher Carver, and Slone Maddox's 94 Motion for Summary Judgment i s denied as to the following claims brought by plaintiffs Patrick James Grider, Daniel Joesph Grider, and The Fourth Quarter: (a) 18 U.S.C. 1983 malicious-prosecution claim against defendant Carver; (b) Section 1983 equal-protection claim against def endant Meeks; (c) Section 1983 conspiracy claim against defendants Carver, Crook, Maddox, and Neal; (d) State-law malicious-prosecution claim against defendant Carver; (e) State-law intentional-interference-with-business or contractual-relations clai m against defendants Carver, Crook, Maddox, Neal, and Meeks; and (f) State-law fraud claims against defendant Meeks. (2) The motion is granted in all other respects, with the result that summary judgment is entered in favor of defendants City of Aubu rn, Ham, Duggan, James, Meeks, Massey, Neal, Crook, Carver, and Maddox and against the Grider plaintiffs and plaintiff The Fourth Quarter on all remaining claims, with the Grider plaintiffs and plaintiff The Fourth Quarter taking no thing by these claims. (3) Defendants City of Auburn, Ham, Massey, James, and Duggan are no longer parties for purposes of trial. Signed by Honorable Myron H. Thompson on 6/18/2009. (Attachments: #(1) Civil Appeals Checklist)(dmn)
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