Wood v. Dixon

Filing 11

ORDER ADOPTING 9 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 4 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Hallie S. Dixon. The Court will withhold dismissing the case for seven days to allow plaintiff the opportunity to file an amended complaint. Amended complaint to be filed no later than 12/3/13.. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 11/26/2013. (cmj)

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IN  THE  UNITED  STATES  DISTRICT  COURT   FOR  THE  SOUTHERN  DISTRICT  OF  ALABAMA   SOUTHERN  DIVISION       KATHY  K.  WOOD,       )     )   Plaintiff,     )     )   v.       )   CIVIL  ACTION  NO.  13-­‐0278-­‐KD-­‐N     )   HALLIE  DIXON,  in  her  official  capacity  as   )   Baldwin  County  District  Attorney,       )     )   Defendant.   )     ORDER       After  due  and  proper  consideration  of  all  portions  of  the  issues  raised  and  a  de  novo   determination  of  those  portions  of  the  recommendation  to  which  objection  is  made,  the   Court  adopts  the  reasoning  of  the  Report  and  Recommendation  of  the  Magistrate  Judge   made  under  28  U.S.C.  §  636(b)(l)(B)  and  dated  November  5,  2013.         Plaintiff  asserts  in  her  objection  that  the  complaint  should  be  construed  to  request   reinstatement,  thus  saving  her  complaint  from  dismissal.    However,  on  the  face  of  the   complaint  the  Young  exception  is  not  supportable.    The  Court  will  withhold  dismissing  the   case  for  seven  (7)  days  to  allow  plaintiff  the  opportunity  to  file  an  amended  complaint.     Accordingly,  plaintiff  shall  file  her  amended  complaint  on  or  before  December  3,  2013.       Done  and  ordered  the  26th  day  of  November  2013.                                             s/  Kristi  K.  DuBose           KRISTI  K.  DuBOSE         UNITED  STATES  DISTRICT  JUDGE    

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