Ledbetter v. East Hartford, Ct., Town Of et al
ORDER denying 59 Motion for Summary Judgment. The case, however, is dismissed for plaintiff's failure to comply with local court rules. The Clerk is instructed to enter judgment in favor or defendants and close this case. Signed by Judge Warren W. Eginton on 2/6/14. (Ladd-Smith, I.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT
TOWN OF EAST HARTFORD, et al., :
Case No. 3:03-cv-1999(WWE)
RULING AND ORDER
The plaintiff, Laquan Ledbetter, brings this civil rights
action challenging his conditions of confinement against the Town
of East Hartford and various members of the East Hartford Police
The remaining defendants, Sergeants Connolly and
Juergens (“the defendants”), have filed a motion for summary
Any represented party filing a motion for summary judgment
against an unrepresented party must file and serve a Notice to
Pro Se Litigant as a separate document.
D. Conn. L. Civ. R.
The defendants have not complied with this rule.
their motion is denied without prejudice.
The court notes, however, that documents sent to the
plaintiff in November 2013 at the address on file were returned
to the court as undeliverable.
A check on the Department of
Correction website reveals that the plaintiff no longer is
The plaintiff is required by local court rules to keep the
court informed of an address at which he may be served with
D. Conn. L. Civ. R. 83.1(c)2.
As the plaintiff has not
complied with the court rule, the case is dismissed without
The plaintiff may reopen this case only if he informs
the court of his current address and demonstrates good cause for
failure to comply with the court rules.
Accordingly, the defendants’ motion for summary judgment
[Doc. #59] is DENIED without prejudice.
The case, however, is
DISMISSED for the plaintiff’s failure to comply with local court
Any motion to reopen judgment shall be filed within
thirty (30) days from the date of this order.
The Clerk is
directed to enter judgment in favor of the defendants and close
SO ORDERED this 6th day of February 2014, at Bridgeport,
Warren W. Eginton
Senior United States District Judge
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