Washam v. Burke County Jail
ORDER ADOPTING the 92 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS, as modified herein, as its opinion. The Defendants notified the Court Plaintiff signed and returned the revised release and stipulation of dismissal; the Court denies as moot Defendants' 84 MOTION for Enforcement of Settlement; and denies Plaintiff's 83 , 85 , and 88 Motions challenging the settlement. Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 09/19/2018. (jlh) Modified on 9/19/2018 (jlh).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
MICHEAL WAYNE WASHAM,
JOHN H. BUSH, Major; CHESTER V.
HUFFMAN, Major; WILBERT WILLIAMS,
Lieutenant; STACEY WILLIAMS,Nurse;
KATIE YOUNG,Nurse; and CASSANDRA
After a careful, de novo review of the file, the Court concurs with the Magistrate
Judge's Report and Recommendation, to which no objections have been filed.
Magistrate recommended: (1) granting Defendant's motion to enforce settlement, (2)
denying Plaintiffs motion for entry of default, motion to approve agreement, and motion to
modify or terminate the private settlement agreement, and (3) ordering Plaintiff to execute
the settlement agreement. (Doc. no. 92.) After entry of the Report and Recommendation,
Defendants notified the Court Plaintiff signed and returned the revised release and stipulation
of dismissal, rendering their motion to enforce settlement moot, and, therefore, they wish to
withdraw their motion. (Doc. no. 94.) Accordingly, the Court ADOPTS the Report and
Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge, as modified herein, as its opinion. The Court
DENIES as MOOT Defendant's motion to enforce settlement,(doc. no. 84), and DENIES
Plaintiffs motions challenging the settlement,(doc. nos. 83, 85, 88).
SO ORDERED this /^^ay of September,2018, at Augusta, Georgia.
UNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COURT
iRN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
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