Shearrill v. Atchison et al

Filing 77

JUDGMENT in favor of Barbara J Mueller, Lori Oakley against Kilsey Shearrill. The remaining claims settled and are dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Williams on 2/28/17. (amv)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS KILSEY SHEARRILL, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) vs. ) ) MICHAEL P. ATTCHISON, MAJOR ) HASSEMEYER, RICHARD HARRINGTON, ) LORI OAKLEY AND BARBARA J. MUELLER, ) Defendant(s), ) No. 13-859-SCW JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL CASE Defendants Michael P. Atchison and Richard Harrington were dismissed without prejudice and Lori Oakley and Barbara J. Mueller were dismissed with prejudice on October 15, 2013 by an Order entered by Chief Judge Michael J. Reagan (Doc. 3). THEREFORE, IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED Judgment is entered in favor of Defendants LORI OAKLEY and BARBARA J. MUELLER and against Plaintiff KILSEY SHEARRILL. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that pursuant an Order entered by United States Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Williams on December 14, 2016 (Doc.76) the remaining claim in the above-captioned action is DISMISSED with prejudice. The Plaintiff should take notice of the fact that he has 28 days from the date of this judgment for filing a motion for new trial or motion to amend or alter judgment under Rule 59(b) or (e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. These deadlines for motions under Rule 59 cannot be extended by the Court. The Plaintiff should also note that he has 30 days from the date of this judgment to file a notice of appeal. This period can only be extended if excusable neglect or good cause is shown. Page 1 of 2 Dated: February 28, 2017 Justine Flanagan, Acting Clerk of Court By: s//Angela Vehlewald Deputy Clerk Approved: s//Stephen C. Williams STEPHEN C. WILLIAMS UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE Page 2 of 2

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