Jones v. Davis et al
ORDER granting in part 231 Motion to Allow Appeal of Magistrates Ruling of Dismissal by Judge Raymond P. Moore on 12/6/13.(dkals, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge Raymond P. Moore
Civil Action No. 11-cv-02721-RM-KMT
BRUCE W. JONES,
J. GRIFFITH,1 Individually and in his official capacity as Correctional Officer at FCI-Florence,
ORDER ON PLAINTIFF’S
“MOTION TO ALLOW APPEAL OF MAGISTRATES RULING OF DISMISSAL”
(ECF NO. 231)
THIS MATTER is before the Court on “Plaintiff’s Motion to Allow Appeal of
Magistrates Ruling of Dismissal” (“Motion”) (ECF No. 231), which this Court had construed as
a request for leave to file an objection to a recommendation by the Magistrate Judge. The Court
has reviewed the Motion, the Court’s file, and the return to the Court of more than one piece of
mail as undeliverable to Plaintiff. The Court has also considered Plaintiff’s statement that he did
not receive the Magistrate Judge’s October 2, 2013 Recommendation (ECF No. 222), which
Recommendation was not returned to the Court as undeliverable, that this Court adopted in part
by Order dated November 15, 2013 (ECF No. 225). Upon consideration of the foregoing, and
that Plaintiff appears pro se, and being otherwise fully advised in the premises, it is hereby
Mr. Griffith was originally identified in Plaintiff’s Amended Complaint as Mr. Griffin. (ECF Nos. 27 & 157.)
ORDERED that the Motion (ECF No. 231) is GRANTED IN PART. Plaintiff is hereby
granted 21 days from the date of this Order within which to file any objections to the Magistrate
Judge’s Recommendation dated October 2, 2013 (ECF No. 222); and
FURTHER ORDERED that the Clerk shall mail copies of the following documents from
the Court’s files to Plaintiff at his address stated in his “Notification of Change of Address”
(ECF No. 230): ECF Nos. 220, 222, 223 and 225.
DATED this 6th day of December, 2013.
BY THE COURT:
RAYMOND P. MOORE
United States District Judge
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