Smith v. Desoto County Sheriff Department et al
ORDER denying 12 Motion. The Court directs the Clerk not to file any papers from Smith in any of his closed cases, and not to file any new case from Smith, without prior approval from the Court. The exception: Smith may file a notice of appeal, and appeal-related papers, in these two cases. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/23/2016. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION;
BRIAN BEERS, Special Agent; and
PHILLIP CARTER, Former
City Council Member
DESOTO COUNTY SHERIFF
DEPARTMENT; LAKE VILLAGE
STATE OFARKANSAS; and
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
1. Smith has asked the Court some questions, seeking a more definite
statement in these two cases. The Court reminds Smith that the complaint in
each case has been dismissed. Ng 4 in No. 3:16-cv-89; Ng 7 in No. 3:16-cv-163.
Smith's complaints lacked merit or were filed too late. Summons was never
issued; the defendants were not served; and they will not be served. Ng 3 in
No. 3:16-cv-89; Ng 6 in No. 3:16-cv-163. All this is clear from the docket sheets
and the Court's many prior orders.
2. With one exception, the Court directs the Clerk not to file any papers
from Smith in any of his closed cases, and not to file any new case from Smith,
without prior approval from the Court. The exception: Smith may file a
notice of appeal, and appeal-related papers, in these two cases.
Motion NQ13 in case No. 3:16-cv-89-DPM, denied. Motion NQ 12 in case
No. 3:16-cv-163-DPM, denied.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
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