Oliver v. Nielson et al
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN FULL ; denying 18 Motion to Amend/Correct; adopting Report and Recommendations re 24 Report and Recommendations. Signed by Judge Jill N. Parrish on 12/4/17. (ss)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF UTAH
D. BRUCE OLIVER,
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND
DEPUTY LARRY G. NIELSON, DEPUTY
BRENT E. PETERS, DEPUTY KEVIN P.
FIELDING, DEPUTY M. DAVIS,
DEPUTY ALAN BLACK, JOHN DOES 110,
Case No. 1:16-cv-155-JNP-BCW
District Judge Jill N. Parrish
Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells
Plaintiff D. Bruce Oliver, proceeding pro se, filed what is titled Motion to Amend
Complaint Pursuant to Rule 15 and Motion to Alter or Amend Judgment Pursuant to Rule 59
(ECF No. 18). This matter was referred to Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells pursuant to 28 U.S.C.
§ 636(b)(1)(B). The matter was fully briefed, and after review of the parties’ briefings, Judge
Wells issued a Report and Recommendation (ECF No. 24) advising the Court to deny Plaintiff’s
motion. The Report and Recommendation specified that the parties should file objections within
fourteen days of service. No objection was filed, and the time for objecting has now passed.
Based on the Court’s de novo review of the record, the relevant legal authority, and the
Report and Recommendation, the Court concludes that the Report and Recommendation is a
correct application of the law to the facts. Accordingly, the Court ORDERS as follows:
1. The Report and Recommendation is ADOPTED IN FULL;
2. Plaintiff’s Motion to Amend Complaint is DENIED;
3. Plaintiff’s Motion to Alter or Amend Judgment is DENIED; and
4. If Plaintiff chooses to refile his motion for leave to amend the complaint, he is
ORDERED to attach a copy of his proposed amended complaint to such motion.
DATED December 4, 2017.
Judge Jill N. Parrish
United States District Judge
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