Schuett v. LaRiva et al
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION (Written Opinion). Signed by Judge Wilhelmina M. Wright on 05/19/17. (TJB)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA
Clifford J. Schuett,
Case No. 17-cv-0637 (WMW/SER)
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND
L. LaRiva; M. Smith; Ms. Reya-Cassette;
Mr. D. Cansino; and Mr. Grimsley,
This matter is before the Court on the April 12, 2017 Report and Recommendation
(“R&R”) of United States Magistrate Judge Steven E. Rau. (Dkt. 7.) No objections to
the R&R have been filed in the time period permitted.1
In the absence of timely
objections, this Court reviews an R&R for clear error. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 72(b) advisory
committee’s note (“When no timely objection is filed, the court need only satisfy itself
that there is no clear error on the face of the record in order to accept the
recommendation.”); Grinder v. Gammon, 73 F.3d 793, 795 (8th Cir. 1996). Having
reviewed the R&R, the Court finds no clear error.
On April 17, 2017, Plaintiff Clifford J. Schuett filed a “Petition and Motion for a
Temporary Injunction and Restraining Order.” (Dkt. 8.) Schuett’s filing, however, does
not address the merits of the R&R and cannot, therefore, be construed as an objection to
the R&R. Accordingly, because Schuett’s complaint must be dismissed for his failure to
tender the required filing fees as detailed in the R&R, his motion for injunctive relief is
denied as moot.
Based on all the files, records and proceedings herein, IT IS HEREBY
The April 12, 2017 Report and Recommendation, (Dkt. 7), is ADOPTED;
Plaintiff Clifford J. Schuett’s complaint, (Dkt. 1), is DISMISSED
WITHOUT PREJUDICE; and
Plaintiff Clifford J. Schuett’s “Petition and Motion for a Temporary
Injunction and Restraining Order,” (Dkt. 8), is DENIED AS MOOT.
LET JUDGMENT BE ENTERED ACCORDINGLY.
Dated: May 19, 2017
s/Wilhelmina M. Wright
Wilhelmina M. Wright
United States District Judge
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