Carter v. Hillsborough County Department of Corrections, Medical Department et al
ORDER Directing Clerks Office to forward Service documents to US Marshal to Make Service. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Landya B. McCafferty.(cmp)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Jerome J. Carter
Civil No. 13-cv-275-JL
Hillsborough County Department
of Corrections Medical Department and
Denise Ryan, Health Services Administrator
O R D E R
Jerome J. Carter, a pretrial inmate at the Hillsborough
County House of Corrections (“HCHC”), filed a complaint (doc.
no. 1) in this matter asserting that the HCHC Medical Department
and its administrator, Nurse Denise Ryan, violated his
The matter is before the court for
preliminary review to determine, among other things, whether the
complaint states any claim upon which relief might be granted.
See 28 U.S.C. § 1915A(a); LR 4.3(d)(2).
As explained in the
report and recommendation issued simultaneously with this order
(“R&R”), Carter has stated sufficient facts to assert a
Fourteenth Amendment medical care claim against Ryan upon which
relief might be granted.
The file contains Carter’s completed summons form for Ryan.
The clerk’s office is directed to issue the completed summons
and forward to the United States Marshal for the District of New
Hampshire (the “U.S. Marshal’s office”): the summons for Ryan;
the complaint (doc. no. 1); the R&R issued this date; and this
Upon receipt of the necessary documentation, the U.S.
Marshal’s office shall serve process upon Ryan pursuant to Fed.
R. Civ. P. 4(c)(3) and 4(e); see also N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann.
Defendant is instructed to answer or otherwise plead within
twenty-one days of service.
See Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(a)(1)(A).
Carter is instructed that all future pleadings, written motions,
notices, or similar papers shall be served directly on defendant
by delivering or mailing the materials to her or her
attorney(s), pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 5(b).
United States Magistrate Judge
October 15, 2013
Jerome J. Carter, pro se
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