McCrea v. SC Department of Corrections et al

Filing 16

JUDGMENT dismissing the Complaint without prejudice. (gmil)

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AO 450 (SCD 04/2010) Judgment in a Civil Action UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of South Carolina Heyward McCrea, Plaintiff Civil Action No. v. S.C. Department of Corrections; Mr. Willie L. Eagleton, Warden of Evans Correctional; Mr. J. Bethea, Evans Correctional Institution Classification; Lt. Miles, SMU-RHU Supervisor of Evans C.I.; and Mr. B. Stirling, Director, South Carolina. Department of Corrections, 0:15-cv-04018-RBH ) ) ) ) ) Defendants JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL ACTION The court has ordered that (check one): ’ the plaintiff (name) dollars ($ of recover from the defendant (name) ), which includes prejudgment interest at the rate of the amount of %, plus post-judgment interest at the rate %, along with costs. ’ the plaintiff recover nothing, the action be dismissed on the merits, and the defendant (name) recover costs from the plaintiff (name) . O other: the plaintiff, Heyward McCrea, shall take nothing of the defendants, S.C. Department of Corrections, Mr. Willie L. Eagleton, Mr. J. Bethea, Lt. Miles, and Mr. B. Stirling, from the complaint filed and this action is dismissed without prejudice and without issuance and service of process. This action was (check one): ’ tried by a jury, the Honorable ’ tried by the Honorable presiding, and the jury has rendered a verdict. presiding, without a jury and the above decision was reached. O decided by the Honorable R. Bryan Harwell, United States District Judge, presiding, having adopted the Report and Recommendation set forth by the Honorable Paige J. Gossett, United States Magistrate Judge, which dismissed the complaint without prejudice. Date: November 9, 2015 ROBIN L. BLUME, CLERK OF COURT s/G. Mills Signature of Clerk or Deputy Clerk

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