Jackson v. Hobbs et al
ORDER: Mr. Jackson has an opportunity to file a response opposing the motion for summary judgment. To be considered, the response must be filed within fourteen days of this Order. Also, if Mr. Jackson files a response, he must file a separate, short statement setting forth the disputed facts that he believes must be decided at a trial. Signed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere on 4/2/2015. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
CARL D. JACKSON
CASE NO. 5:14-CV-314 JLH/BD
RAY HOBBS, et al.
The Defendants have moved for summary judgment on all claims in this lawsuit.
Mr. Jackson now has an opportunity to file a response opposing the motion. To be
considered, the response must be filed within fourteen (14) days of this Order.
In opposing the motion for summary judgment, Mr. Jackson may attach affidavits
that he or others have signed. Because affidavits are sworn statements, they must be
either notarized or declared under penalty of perjury (see 28 U.S.C. § 1746). Unsworn
statements will not be considered in deciding the motion for summary judgment. And to
be considered, an affidavit must be based on the personal knowledge of the person who
If Mr. Jackson files a response, he must also file a separate, short statement setting
forth the disputed facts that he believes must be decided at a trial. See Local Rule 56.1,
Rules of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas. While Mr.
Jackson is not required to file a response to the Defendants’ motion for summary
judgment, if he does not respond, the Court can assume that the facts set out in the
Defendants’ Statement of Facts (docket entry #30) are true.
IT IS SO ORDERED, this 2nd day of April, 2015.
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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