Chicago Park District, The v. Chicago Bears Football Club, Inc., The et al

Filing 20

MINUTE entry before Judge Blanche M. Manning : The CPD's complaint is dismissed because, as discussed more fully above, the CPD lacks standing to pursue a vicarious challenge to the constitutionality of pat-down searches at Soldier Field. Accordingly, all pending motions are stricken as moot. The clerk is directed to terminate this case from the court's docket. Civil case terminated. Mailed notice (eav, )

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Chicago Park District, The v. Chicago Bears Football Club, Inc., The et al Order Form (01/2005) Doc. 20 Case 1:06-cv-03957 Document 20 Filed 08/08/2006 Page 1 of 1 United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois Name of Assigned Judge or Magistrate Judge Blanche M. Manning 06 C 3957 Sitting Judge if Other than Assigned Judge CASE NUMBER CASE TITLE DOCKET ENTRY TEXT DATE 8/8/2006 The Chicago Park District vs. The Chicago Bears Football Club, Inc., et al. The CPD's complaint is dismissed because, as discussed more fully above, the CPD lacks standing to pursue a vicarious challenge to the constitutionality of pat-down searches at Soldier Field. Accordingly, all pending motions are stricken as moot. The clerk is directed to terminate this case from the court's docket. O [ For further detail see separate order(s).] 00:10 Notices mailed by Judicial staff. Courtroom Deputy Initials: rs 06C3957 The Chicago Park District vs. The Chicago Bears Football Club, Inc., et al. Page 1 of 1 Dockets.Justia.com

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