OLMSTEAD v. CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA et al

Filing 40

ORDER denying 37 Plaintiff's Motion for Reconsideration or Clarification of the court's October 17, 2008 Entry. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 11/18/2008. (LBK)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS DIVISION JODY OLMSTEAD, Plaintiff, v. CCA OF TENNESSEE, LLC d/b/a CORRECTIONS CORPORATION OF AMERICA, WARDEN JEFF CONWAY, TIMOTHY LITTLE, UNKNOWN CCA MAINTENANCE STAFF, UNKNOWN CCA MEDICAL STAFF and MARION COUNTY SHERIFF FRANK ANDERSON, Defendants. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) CASE NO. 1:08-cv-0029-DFH-DML ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ENTRY ON PLAINTIFF'S MOTION TO RECONSIDER OR CLARIFY Plaintiff Jody Olmstead moves the court to reconsider or clarify its October 17 Entry denying his motion to certify a question to the Indiana Supreme Court. Upon presentation of a nearly identical motion to reconsider or clarify a denial of certification of an identical question in Kress et al v. CCA of Tennessee, LLC et al., case no. 1:08-cv-00431-DFH-DML, the court denied reconsideration or clarification by separate entry on November 14, 2008. For the reasons set forth in that entry, Olmstead's motion to reconsider or clarify is also denied. So ordered. Date: November 18, 2008 ____________________________________ DAVID F. HAMILTON, CHIEF JUDGE United States District Court Southern District of Indiana Copies to: William A. Hahn BARNES & THORNBURG LLP william.hahn@btlaw.com, angela.woodall@btlaw.com Adam Lenkowsky ROBERTS & BISHOP alenkowsky@roberts-bishop.com, johnsonas@uindy.edu, ecf.alenkowsky@gmail.com Jonathan Lamont Mayes CITY OF INDIANAPOLIS, OFFICE OF CORPORATION COUNSEL jmayes@indygov.org Paul K. Ogden ROBERTS & BISHOP pogden@roberts-bishop.com Michael Rosiello BARNES & THORNBURG LLP mike.rosiello@btlaw.com -2-

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