Quintanilla v. Bryson et al

Filing 31

ORDER finding as moot 25 Motion for Documents at Court Expense. Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 11/8/17. (jrb)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA STATESBORO DIVISION EDGAR QUINTANILLA, CIVIL ACTION NO.: 6:17-cv-4 Plaintiff, HOMER BRYSON; ROBERT TOOLE; OTIS STANTON; WARDEN DOUG WILLIAMS; ERIC SMOKES; LT. DERIC GODFREY; and FILED Scott L. Poff, Clerk United States District Court By James Burrell at 2:16 pm, Nov 08, 2017 MRS. WATKINS, Defendants. ORDER Presently before the Court is Plaintiffs Motion for Documents at Government's Expense. (Doc. 25) Plaintiff filed his Complaint on January 9, 2017, (doc. 1), and on August 7, 2017, the Magistrate Judge issued a Report and Recommendation to dismiss Plaintiffs Complaint, (doc. 20). After an independent and de novo review ofthe record, the undersigned adopted the Report and Recommendation and dismissed this case. (Docs. 23, 24.) Therefore, Plaintiffs Motion, filed onSeptember 6,2017, has no bearing on the Court's judgment of dismissal. Accordingly, the Court DISMISSES AS MOOT Plaintiffs Motion for Documents. However, the Court DIRECTS the Clerk ofCourt to provide Plaintiff with one courtesy copy of the docket sheet. Should Plaintiff request copies of documents or the docket sheet in the future, he must pay $0.50 per page for any copies that he is requesting. As to any future requests, the Court hereby AUTHORIZES and DIRECTS the Clerk of Court to provide Plaintiff with any documents that he requests atthe cost of$0.50 per page and to seek prepayment ofthose fees. The Court's Order dated August 31, 2017, (doc. 23), remains the Order of this Court, and this case remains closed. SO ORDERED, this X ^ day ofNovember, 2017. JUDGE UNITED SPATES DISTRICT DISTRICT OF GEORGIA

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