Daker v. Allen
ORDER dismissing as moot 4 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; dismissing as moot 4 Motion for Permanent Injunction; denying 34 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response re 10 Report and Recommendations; dismissing as moot 5 Motion fo r Partial Summary Judgment; dismissing as moot 5 Motion for Permanent Injunction; dismissing as moot 6 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; dismissing as moot 6 Motion for Permanent Injunction; dismissing as moot 7 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; dismissing as moot 7 Motion for Permanent Injunction; adopting re 15 Report and Recommendations. Signed by Chief Judge J. Randal Hall on 9/19/17. (loh)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
CIVIL ACTION NO.: 6:17-cv-23
WARDEN MARTY ALLEN,
After an independent and de novo review of the entire record, the undersigned concurs
with the Magistrate Judge's Reports and Recommendations; (docs. 10, 15), to which Petitioner
Waseem Daker ("Daker") filed Partial Objections, (doc. 36).1 Daker's Objections reiterate the
arguments already presented and which the Magistrate Judge correctly rejected. Accordingly,
the Court OVERRULES Daker's Objections and ADOPTS the Reports and Recommendations
as the opinion of the Court.
1 Daker also filed a third Motion for Extension of Time to File| Objections. (Doc. 34.) However, the
Court explicitly and extensively warned Daker that he would hot be granted any further extensions.
(Doc. 32, pp. 1, 3-4.) Daker claims he just received wrist surgery—it is unclear on which hand—and
cannot "do any typing/extensive writing for several weeks." (Doc. 34, p. 1.) However, Petitioner was
still able to submit two Motions for Extension, his Partial Objections, and a Motion for Access to Case
Authorities. (Docs. 34-37.) Daker also argues that he cannot submit complete Objections because he
does not have copies of his prior filings. (Doc. 36, pp. 1-2.) However, as theMagistrate Judge explained
at length, while Daker has no right to free copies, he may purchase copies of any filings in the case with
the Court. (Doc. 22, 32.) Accordingly, the Court DENIES Dakeij's Motion for Extension ofTime to File
Objections, (doc. 34), and his Partial Objections are deemed the only Objections to the Magistrate Judge's
Reports and Recommendations.
The Court DISMISSES the forty-seven (47) claims enumerated within the June 2, 2017,
Report and Recommendation, and DISMISSES AS MQOT Daker's Emergency Motions,
SO ORDERED, this //eta of September, 2017.
J. RANDMJJALL, CHIEF JUDGE
UNITEDSTATES DISTRICT COURT
.SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
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