Booker v. Neff et al
JUDGMENT in favor of Lt Muilder, C/O Gregory, C/O Neff, Major Moore against Joseph Booker. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Williams on 2/13/2018. (amv)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
DUANE NEFF, MARK GREGORY, MAJOR
MOORE, RICHARD HARRINGTON, and
JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL CASE
Defendant Richard Harrington was dismissed without prejudice on January 27,
2015 by an Order entered by Judge J. Phil Gilbert (Doc. 12).
Defendant Major Moore was granted summary judgment on November 28, 2017 by
an Order entered by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Williams (Doc. 109).
The remaining issues came before this court for jury trial. The issues have been
tried and the jury has rendered its verdict (Doc. 154) in favor of Defendants Duane Neff,
Mark Gregory and Josh Mileur 1 and against Plaintiff Joseph Booker.
THEREFORE, judgment is entered in favor of Defendants DUANE NEFF, MARK
GREGORY, MAJOR MOORE and JOSH MILEUR and against Plaintiff JOSEPH BOOKER.
Plaintiff shall take nothing from this action.
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
1 Defendants’ names in the complaint were incorrectly listed as C/O Neff, C/O Gregory, and Lt. Muilder and have
been corrected for judgment purposes.
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59(b) or (e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Rule 59 cannot be extended by the Court.
These deadlines for motions under
The Plaintiff should also note that he has 30
days from the date of this judgment to file a notice of appeal.
extended if excusable neglect or good cause is shown.
DATED this 13th day of February, 2018
This period can only be
JUSTINE FLANAGAN, ACTING CLERK
BY: /s/ Angela Vehlewald
/s/ Stephen C. Williams
United States Magistrate Judge
Stephen C. Williams
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