Cody v. Loy et al

Filing 28

ORDER finding as moot 24 Motion for Order to take Depositions; and granting 26 Motion for Extension of Time to File Summary Judgment Motion. Defendants given until November 10, 2010, to file Summary Judgment Motion. Signed by Honorable Barry A. Bryant on September 29, 2010. (jrs)

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Cody v. Loy et al Doc. 28 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WE S T ER N DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS H O T SPRINGS DIVISION S T EP H E N CODY v. RICK LOY, Jail Administrator; R A Y WINSFIELD, Chief Deputy; R A Y M O N D MOORE, Jailer ORDER P lain tiff filed a motion asking for an order to, among other things, take the deposition of various in d iv id u als (Doc. 24). An identical motion was submitted in another case Plaintiff has pending Cody v. Newburn, et al., Civil No. 6:09-cv-06016. The motion was granted. This motion (Doc. 24) is th erefo re moot. C iv il No. 10-6014 PLAINTIFF D E FE N D A N T Defendants have filed a motion (Doc. 26) for an extension of time to file their summary judgment motion. They indicate Plaintiff's responses to discovery requests are not due until October 15th. On September 24th, Plaintiff filed a response (Doc. 27) objecting to an extension of time. He states he is providing the Defendants with the discovery responses and no extension is necessary. The motion (Doc. 26) is granted. The Court believes it is reasonable for the Defendants to have some additional time to review the discovery responses and then to draft their summary judgment motion. Defendants are given until November 10, 2010, to file their summary judgment motion. IT IS SO ORDERED this 29th day of September 2010. /s/ Barry A. Bryant HON. BARRY A. BRYANT UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

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