Maunz v. Washington County Justice Center et al

Filing 7

MINUTE ORDER denying as unnecessary 4 Motion to Dismiss (drop) the Attorney General of the State of Colorado, as defendant and add the Colorado Dept. of Corrections as a defendant; granting in part and denying as unnecessary in part 5 (pt.1) A mended MOTION/Petition to Dismiss the Colo. Attorney General's Office (on case no. 14-cv-02344-BNB) as Defendant and add the Colorado Dept. of Corrections as Defendant (same case no.)(pt.2) Enlargement, by Magistrate Judge Boyd N. Boland on 9/18/2014.(slibi, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 14-cv-02344-BNB WILLIAM ALAN MAUNZ, Plaintiff, v. WASHINGTON COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER, LARRY KOONTZ, Sheriff, and THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, Defendants. MINUTE ORDER ORDER ENTERED BY MAGISTRATE JUDGE BOYD N. BOLAND Plaintiff’s “Motion to Dismiss (Drop) the Attorney General of the State of Colorado as a Defendant and Add the Colorado Dept. of Corrections as a Defendant” (ECF No. 4) is DENIED as unnecessary. Plaintiff should identify the proper parties to this action in the Prisoner Complaint he has been ordered to file. Plaintiff’s amended motion (ECF No. 5) is DENIED as unnecessary to the extent Plaintiff makes the same request and is GRANTED to the extent Plaintiff requests an extension of time. Plaintiff shall have up to and including October 22, 2014, to cure the deficiencies in this action as directed. Finally, Plaintiff is advised that he may not include in a single motion multiple requests applicable to different cases. Dated: September 18, 2014

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