Averett v. Talladega County Jail et al
MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Judge Abdul K Kallon on 8/19/2014. (PSM)
2014 Aug-19 AM 08:49
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
N.D. OF ALABAMA
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
LIEUTENANT SCOTT BONNER,
MEMORANDUM OF OPINION
The magistrate judge filed a report and recommendation on July 18, 2014, recommending
that Defendant Bonner’s motion for summary judgment as to the plaintiff’s Fourteenth Amendment
Due Process claims be granted and the action be dismissed with prejudice. A copy of the report and
recommendation mailed to the address provided by the plaintiff was returned with the notation,
“Inmate not in this facility.” (Doc. 27). The plaintiff has failed to notify the court of a change of
address as required.1 No objections have been filed by any party.
Having carefully reviewed and considered de novo all the materials in the court file, including
the report and recommendation, the Court is of the opinion that the magistrate judge’s report is due
to be and is hereby ADOPTED and his recommendation is ACCEPTED. The Court EXPRESSLY
FINDS that Defendant Bonner’s motion for summary judgment as to the plaintiff’s Fourteenth
Two additional items of correspondence from the court were mailed to the address provided
by the plaintiff, but returned with similar notations on November 12, 2013, and April 16, 2014.
(Docs. 21 & 24). As set out in the Order for Special Report, as well as the first page of each of the
three form complaints completed by the plaintiff in this action, it was his responsibility to keep the
court apprised of his current address. (Docs. 1, 9-11). Each document also notified the plaintiff that
his failure to do so may result in the dismissal of his case. (Id.).
Amendment Due Process claims are due to be GRANTED and the plaintiff’s claims are due to be
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. A Final Judgment will be entered.
DONE , this the 19th day of August, 2014.
ABDUL K. KALLON
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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