Navarro-Cruz v. Ryals et al
ORDER adopting as supplemented 9 Partial Recommendation. Navarro-Cruz's conditions-of-confinement claims are therefore dismissed without prejudice. His claim about mental health treatment goes forward. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/28/2017. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
TIM RYALS, Sheriff, Faulkner County
Sheriff's Office; and GARY STEWART,
Doctor, Faulkner County Jail
supplemented. If Navarro-Cruz had sued only Sheriff Ryals, then he
could pursue all his claims about circumstances at the jail in one case.
R. Crv. P. 18(a). But Navarro-Cruz has also sued Dr. Stewart on his
claim about denied mental health treatment. That medical-care claim
doesn't arise out of the same facts as his claims about overcrowding
and insufficient food.
R. Crv. P. 20(a)(2)(A).
conditions-of-confinement claims are therefore dismissed without
prejudice. His claim about mental health treatment goes forward.
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