CHARLES v. STONE et al
ORDER vacating its 27 Adoption Order; Overruling 33 Plaintiff's Objections; Adopting the 14 Report and Recommendations as the Court's opinion, dismissing Plaintiff's claims against Defendants Stone, Gillis, and Faison and dismissing Defendants Stone, Gillis, and Faison from this case. Signed by Judge Dudley H. Bowen on 02/08/2018. (jlh)
U.S. DISTRICT COURT
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
2018 FEB-8 AH 9:51
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
LEPHAINE JEFF CHARLES,
STACEY STONE, Warden; S.R. GILLIS,
Assistance Warden; L. FAISON, Shift
Supervisor; D. TOWNS,Officer; and MRS.
WILLIAMS, Officer, individually and in
their official capacities,
On December 18, 2017, the Court adopted the Magistrate Judge's Report and
Recommendation ("R&R") (doc. no. 14), dismissed Plaintiffs claims against Defendants
Stone, Gillis, and Faison, and dismissed Defendants Stone, Gillis, and Faison from this case.
(Doc. no. 27.) After the Court entered its December 18th Order, Plaintiff requested a fifteen-
day extension to file objections to the R&R, and the Court granted him an extension until the
close of business on January 25, 2018, to file any objections. (Doc. nos. 29, 32.) Plaintiff
has now submitted objections signed on January 22, 2018. (Doc. no. 33.) Accordingly, the
Court VACATES its December 18th Adoption Order. (Doc. no. 27.)
After a careful, de novo review of the file, the Court concurs with the Magistrate
Judge's Report and Recommendation, to which objections have been filed. (Doc. no. 33.)
None of Plaintiffs objections provide any reason to depart from the conclusions in the R&R.
Accordingly, the Court OVERRULES Plaintiffs objections, ADOPTS the Report and
Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge as its opinion, DISMISSES Plaintiffs claims
against Defendants Stone, Gillis, and Faison, and DISMISSES Defendants Stone, Gillis, and
Faison from this case.
so ORDERED this
day of February, 2018, at Augusta, Georgia.
UNITED STATES? DISTRICT JUDGE ^
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