Millholland v. Deer et al
ORDER: The Court overrules Millholland's belated objections, 7 . Magistrate Judge Deere got it right; Millholland's complaint doesn't state any valid constitutional claims. The Court therefore stands by its 4 February 2016 Order and Judgment, 5 & 6 . Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 2/8/2016. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
JEFFERY T. DEER, Major, EARU; GAYLON LAY,
Warden, EARU; DORSEY A. LEE, SR., Correctional
Sergeant, EARU; TERRIE L. BANISTER, Disciplinary
Hearing Officer, ADC; RAYMOND NAYLOR,
Disciplinary Hearing Administrator, ADC; WENDY
KELLEY, Director, ADC; and ARKANSAS
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
On de novo review, the Court overrules Millholland’s belated objections,
№ 7. Magistrate Judge Deere got it right; Millholland’s complaint doesn’t state
any valid constitutional claims. The Court therefore stands by its 4 February
2016 Order and Judgment, № 5 & 6.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
8 February 2016
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