Bailey v. Ingram et al
JUDGMENT; IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the court concludes that the Complaint is frivulous, and because Plaintiff has had seven previous actions dismissed either on the basis of frivolity, or for the failure to state a claim on which relief could be granted, this action is hereby DISMISSED. Signed by Dennis Iavarone, Clerk of Court by Susan Edwards, Deputy on 10/9/2009. Copies served. (Edwards, S.)
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United States District Court
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
ROBERT GENE BAILEY, Plaintiffs, ) ) ) v. ) ) FE LIC A INGRAM, NORTH CAROLINA ) D IV IS IO N OF MOTOR VEHICLES, JOSEPH J. ) G A R D N E R , BILL TOMAN, R.M. ASHLEY, ) K .D . MACKEY, P.J. GRAHAM, RODNEY SMITH, ) an d UNKNOWN FEMALE OFFICER, ) D e fe n d a n t s . ) J U D G M E N T IN A CIVIL CASE C A S E NO. 5:09CV-370-F
D ecisio n by Court.
IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the court concludes that the Complaint is frivulous, an d because Plaintiff has had seven previous actions dismissed either on the basis of frivolity, or for th e failure to state a claim on which relief could be granted, this action is hereby DISMISSED. T H E ABOVE JUDGMENT WAS ENTERED TODAY, October 9, 2009, AND A COPY M A ILE D VIA ELECTRONICALLY OR BY REGULAR MAIL TO: Robert Gene Bailey Cumberland County Detention Center 204 Gillespie Street Fayetteville, NC 28301
October 9, 2009 Date
DENNIS P. IAVARONE Clerk of Court /s/ Susan K. Edwards (By) Deputy Clerk
Wilmington, North Carolina
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