Wood v. Salyards et al
Minute Entry - Courtroom Minutes for Motion Hearing held on 9/30/2009 before Judge Richard P. Matsch. ORDERED: Defendant Salyards' Motion for Summary Judgment, filed July 23, 2009 26 , is granted and defendant Salyards is dismissed. Defendant Salyards' Motion to Stay Discovery, filed July 23, 2009 27 ,is moot. (Reporter FTR - K. Terasaki) (rpmcd)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch Date: September 30, 2009 Courtroom Deputy: J. Chris Smith FTR Technician: Kathy Terasaki ____________________________________________________________________________ Civil Action No. 08-cv-01692-RPM RANDY WOOD, Plaintiff, v. JAMES SALYARDS, LOWELL HICKS, DALLAS WARD and TOWN OF SOUTH FORK, a Colorado Municipality, Sara L. Cook Sarah E. McCutcheon No appearance Charles C. Powers
Defendants ____________________________________________________________________________ COURTROOM MINUTES ____________________________________________________________________________ Hearing on Pending Motions 10:00 a.m. Court in session.
Court's preliminary remarks. Discussion between Court and Mr. Powers regarding case claims and defendants. Mr. Powers states the 1985 claims in the original complaint should be dismissed and the1983 claims in the Amended Complaint are applicable to the new parties added and all claims alleged in the Amended Complaint are being pursued. Court states its understanding of the applicable case facts. 10:07 a.m. 10:14 a.m. ORDERED: Argument by Ms. Cook. Argument by Mr. Powers. Defendant Salyards' Motion for Summary Judgment, filed July 23, 2009 , is granted and defendant Salyards is dismissed. Defendant Salyards' Motion to Stay Discovery, filed July 23, 2009 , is moot. Court in recess.
Hearing concluded. Total time: 27 min.
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