Reese v. Huskins
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 83 Report and Recommendations. ORDER granting in part and denying in part 41 Motion for Summary Judgment. Signed by Honorable Jimm Larry Hendren on March 28, 2011. (tg)
-JRM Reese v. Huskins
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE DIVISION
JEREMY DALE REESE v. Civil No. 09-5150
DR. HUSKINS, Benton County Detention Center
O R D E R Now on this 28th day of March, 2011, comes on for
consideration the Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge (document #83) entered by United States Magistrate Judge
Marschewski in this matter, Defendant's Partial Objection to Report and Recommendation of the Honorable Magistrate Judge (document #84), and the objections to the Report and Recommendation of Jeremy Dale Reese (documents #85 & 86). The Court, having
carefully reviewed said Report and Recommendation (hereinafter "R & R") as well as the objections thereto, finds as follows: 1. Plaintiff Jeremy Dale Reese filed this civil rights case Reese maintains when he was
pursuant to the provisions of 42 U.S.C. § 1983. that his constitutional rights were violated
incarcerated at the Benton County Detention Center.
he alleges that his constitutional rights were violated when:
he was denied adequate medical care and needed supplies; (2) he was retaliated against; (3) he was denied access to the law library; and, (4) his mail was being interfered with.
Separate defendants Dr. John Huskins, Lt. Carter, and
Captain Holly filed a motion for summary judgment (document #41). And, Reese responded to the motion. 3. The R & R now before the Court makes the following
recommendations: (a) that the motion for summary judgment be granted with
respect to plaintiff's retaliation claim; (b) that the motion for summary judgment be granted with
respect to plaintiff's claim concerning denial of access to the law library/courts; (c) that the motion for summary judgment be granted with
respect to plaintiff's claim for interference with mail; and (d) that the motion for summary judgment be denied with
respect to plaintiff's claim that he was denied adequate medical and dental care. 4. Separate defendant Huskins objected in part to the R&R --
stating that although the R&R indicated the plaintiff's claim that he was denied adequate medical and dental care would continue against separate defendants Lt. Carter and Captain Holly, those defendants were dismissed from this case in an order dated March 24, 2010 (document # 45). in part in that regard. 5. The plaintiff has also filed objections with respect to This Court agrees and will deny the R&R
the R&R. Although the plaintiff objects to any of his claims being dismissed, the plaintiff's objections offer neither law nor fact
requiring departure from the Report and Recommendation and the same should and will be overruled. 6. In light of the foregoing, the R&R will be approved and
adopted as stated: * is the defendants' motion for summary judgment (document #41) with respect to plaintiff's claims concerning (1)
retaliation, (2) denial of access to the law library/courts; and (3) interference with the mail; * the defendants' motion for summary judgment (document #41) that he was denied
is denied with respect to plaintiff's claim adequate medical care; and * medical
although plaintiff's claim that he was denied adequate care will continue against Dr. Huskins, Benton County
Detention Center, all claims against separate defendants Lt. Carter and Captain Holly have been previously dismissed.
IT IS SO ORDERED. /s/Jimm Larry Hendren HON. JIMM LARRY HENDREN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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