Lindsey v. Griffin et al

Filing 70

ORDER affirming Judge Kearney's decision denying motion for a subpoena of some Health Department records 68 . Lindsey's request to amend his complaint to add Corizon Medical Services as a defendant is granted. The Court orders the Clerk to prepare a summons for Corizon Medical Services. The Clerk shall deliver the summons, together with a copy of the Complaint, to Humphries, Odum & Eubanks, who represent Corizon. This service is to be made without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefore. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 8/18/2014. (jak)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF DIVISION JOSEPH LINDSEY ADC # 132800 v. PLAINTIFF No. 5:14-cv-73-DPM-JTK RORY GRIFFIN, ADC Medical Director; CHERRY ANN McGRATH, APN Diagnostic Unit, ADC; ANGELA STANFORD, LPN Diagnostic Unit, ADC; SONYA PEPPERS-DAVIS, M.D., Tucker Unit, ADC; MAPLES, Sergeant, Security, Tucker Unit, ADC; CHARLES SCHOCK, Orthopedic M.D., ADC; ROBERT FLOSS, Corizon Health Care, Consultant Review Doctor; and JANE DOE, Tucker Unit Nurse DEFENDANTS ORDER 1. Lindsey appeals Judge Kearney's decision denying his motion for a subpoena of some Health Department records. NQ 68. The decision is affirmed because it's neither clearly erroneous nor contrary to settled law. FED. R. CIV. P. 72(a). The Court isn't responsible for tracking down Stanford's address. Lee v. Armantrout, 991 F.2d 487,489 (8th Cir. 1993). 2. Lindsey's request to amend his complaint to add Corizon Medical Services as a defendant is granted. The Court orders the Clerk to prepare a summons for Corizon Medical Services. The Clerk shall deliver the summons, together with a copy of the complaint attached, to Humphries, Odum & Eubanks, who represents Corizon. This service is to be made without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefore. So Ordered. D.P. Marshall Jr. United States District Judge -2-

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