Brannon v. Lytle et al
ORDER adopting the bulk of the recommendation, 13 , and overruling most of Brannon's objections 14 . The Court declines the recommendation without prejudice in one respect: a federal question - the 1983 claim against Lytle - remains in the cas e; so for now, the Court will exercise supplemental jurisdiction over all Brannon's state malpractice claims - those against Lytle and those against Cromwell, Moore, Bland, and the CCS. Brannon's 1983 claims against Cromwell, Moore, Bland, and CCS, which allege constitutionally inadequate medical care, are dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 3/24/2016. (jak)
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