Winkler v. Wilson et al

Filing 12

MINUTE ORDER denying 9 Motion to Amend Complaint, by Magistrate Judge Boyd N. Boland on 1/12/12.(lsw, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 11-cv-03324-BNB SHAWN MANDEL WINKLER, Plaintiff, v. JOHN DOE 1, Hospital Duty Officer, JOHN DOE 2, Hospital Duty Officer, WESLEY WILSON, Case Manager Supervisor, ROBERT DICK, Case Manager, SGT. BRADSHAW, Housing Officer, CORRECTIONAL OFFICER LOZIER, KEVIN MILYARD, Warden at Time, and TOM CLEMENTS, Individually and in Their Official Capacities, Defendants. MINUTE ORDER ORDER ENTERED BY MAGISTRATE JUDGE BOYD N. BOLAND The issue before the Court is Plaintiff’s Motion to Amend Complaint (Doc. No. 9), filed on January 9, 2012. The Motion is DENIED. To the extent that Plaintiff wishes to amend his complaint, he must do so on the court-approved form. Prior to a responsive pleading being served, a Plaintiff may amend a complaint once as a matter of course pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 15(a). If Plaintiff desires to amend his Complaint he may do so without seeking permission of the Court. Plaintiff is reminded, however, that an amended complaint supersedes the original complaint. See Balance v. Redman Homes, Inc., 759 F.2d 504, 508 (5th Cir. 1985); Cameron v. Figwort, 705 F.2d 676 (2d Cir.1983); London v. Coopers & Lybrand, 644 F.2d 811 (9th Cir. 1981); 6 C. Wright, A. Miller & M. Kane, Federal Practice and Procedure § 1476 (1990). Dated: January 12, 2012

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