Taylor v. Augusta-Richmond County Consolidated Government, Commissioner(s), et.al. et al

Filing 57

ORDER denying 53 Motion for Leave for Further Relief. Signed by Judge J. Randal Hall on 09/15/2016. (pts)

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IN THE UNITED FOR THE STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA AUGUSTA DIVISION WARREN ADAM TAYLOR, * * Plaintiff, * v, * AUGUSTA-RICHMOND COUNTY * et al., 114-231 * CONSOLIDATED COMMISSIONERS CV * Defendants* * * ORDER Plaintiff Richmond County Copenhaver, and filed action Consolidated against B. after Taylor Plaintiff Defendants Commissioners, Mayor Pro Tern Corey Johnson, Gwendolyn Eventually, this in J. December failed to Mayor Augusta- David S. Patrick Claiborne, 2014. respond (Doc. to a motion 1.) to dismiss, the Court ordered Plaintiff to respond and informed him that failure to do so could result in the dismissal of his case. (Doc. 37.) Instead of responding to the motion to dismiss, Plaintiff filed an "objection" to the Court's Order instructing him to respond. (Doc. 39.) Because Plaintiff failed to follow the Court's Order, the Court dismissed Plaintiff's case without prejudice for failure to prosecute. (Doc. 40.) Plaintiff then filed 42, a motion to reconsider, which the Court denied. 46.) Plaintiff relief." (Doc. motion, the has now 53.) Court filed a "motion Upon review of is unsure what for leave Plaintiff's "further for wishes the Court to reconsider its relief" Order further fifty-one-page he Construing the motion liberally in Plaintiff's favor, he (Docs. seeks. it appears dismissing this lawsuit. As motion order the Court stated in its Order denying Plaintiff's first to reconsider is v. 2d motion Cruise 1347, for therefore, Court to Ships "reconsideration 1358 to Catering (S.D. Fla. reconsideration & 2004) is not Int'l, (citation an or Roofing, Inc., appeal, previous N.V., 320 omitted). so it F. A is, wrongly." Above 99 F.R.D. facts or the 99, 101 law of a already thought through — Belt, Inc. v. Stores, Inc., (citation omitted) Plaintiff 148 F.R.D. Mel (E.D. Va. 1983). strongly convincing induce the court to reverse its prior decision." Mart a employed sparingly.'" Serv. rethink what the Court ha[s] forth be of improper on a motion for reconsideration to "ask the rightly "set 46), ^an extraordinary remedy, Williams Supp. (doc. 294, 294 (M.D. Bohannan A movant must nature to Cover v. Wal- Fla. 1993) (emphasis added). has, once justifying reconsideration. again, failed In fact, to present a reason after the Court denied Plaintiff's Plaintiff first filed motion the for current reconsideration, motion, the but Eleventh before Circuit affirmed the Court's dismissal of Plaintiff's complaint. (Doc. 48.) (doc. Accordingly, the Court DENIES Plaintiff's motion 53) . ORDER ENTERED September, at Augusta, Georgia this y£y day 2016. UNI DAL HALL UNITEiy STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2RN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA of

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