Castillo v. Mills et al

Filing 24

ORDER denying 23 Motion to "resend" objections. Signed by Judge J. Randal Hall on 4/18/17. (cmr)

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THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF COURT FOR THE GEORGIA AUGUSTA DIVISION CHARLIE HENRY CASTILLO, * Plaintiff, * v. FNU MILLS, * et al., CV 116-076 * • Defendants. * ORDER After vacating a prior Judgment in this case because the Court received late objections to the United States Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation, Plaintiff was given additional time to file objections-until March 3, 2017.1 filed. In fact, No objections were objections were not even filed in the thirty- days after the filing deadline as this Court adopted the Report and Recommendation on April 3, 2017, with no objections. Plaintiff's case was dismissed on April 3, 2017. Ten days later, Plaintiff filed a letter complaining that he has had mail issues at his prison. Plaintiff also claims to have already sent his objections to the Court. Plaintiff asks that he be allowed to "resend" his objections. Plaintiff had ample time to submit his objections to the 1 Objections to the Report originally due on December 19, 2016. and Recommendation were Report and Recommendation, 2016. Importantly, the which was Court entered on November forewarned Plaintiff further extensions for objections would be given. Feb. 16, 2017, Doc. evidence of mail 20.) that 30, no (See Order of His present filing, which contains no interference other then his conclusory allegation, does not alter the fact that Plaintiff had ample time to object to the Report and Recommendation. Upon the foregoing, Plaintiff's motion to "resend" the objections to the Report and Recommendation (doc. 23) is DENIED, ORDER ENTERED at Augusta, Georgia, this _/^_j day of April, 2017. HONCSAHLrE^J. RANDAL HALL UNITED/STATES DISTRICT JUDGE _SQIJTHfiRN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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