Webb v. Murphysboro Police Department
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER, The Court ADOPTS the Report in its entirety (Doc. 29 ), GRANTS the defendants motion to dismiss (Doc. 23 ), which has been construed as a motion for summary judgment, FINDS AS MOOT the defendants' motion to stay discovery (Doc. 28 ), DISMISSES this case with prejudice and DIRECTS the Clerk of Court to enter judgment accordingly. Signed by Judge J. Phil Gilbert on 2/14/2018. (jdh)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
Case No. 3:16-cv-01337-JPG-SCW
OFFICER WEBB and the CHIEF OF POLICE
of the Murphysboro Police Department,
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
This matter comes before the Court on the Report and Recommendation (“Report”) (Doc.
29) of Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Williams with regard to the defendants’ motion to dismiss
(Doc. 23). The Court may accept, reject, or modify—in whole or in part—the findings or
recommendations of the magistrate judge in a report and recommendation. FED. R. CIV. P.
72(b)(3). The Court must review de novo the portions of the report to which objections are made.
Id. “If no objection or only partial objection is made, the district court judge reviews those
unobjected portions for clear error.” Johnson v. Zema Sys. Corp., 170 F.3d 734, 739 (7th Cir.
Here, the Court has received no objection to the Report. The Court has reviewed the
entire file and finds that the Report is not clearly erroneous. Accordingly, the Court hereby:
ADOPTS the Report in its entirety (Doc. 29);
GRANTS the defendants’ motion to dismiss (Doc. 23), which has been construed as a
motion for summary judgment;
FINDS AS MOOT the defendants’ motion to stay discovery (Doc. 28);
DISMISSES this case with prejudice; and
DIRECTS the Clerk of Court to enter judgment accordingly.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
DATED: FEBRUARY 14, 2018
s/ J. Phil Gilbert
J. PHIL GILBERT
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