Simms et al v. Dobson et al
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge William E Duffin on 11/17/2022. The plaintiffs Iroquois Regazzi's, Lawrence Gregory Burns's, and Keveon Wade's motions to withdraw (ECF Nos. 10 , 24 , 47 ) are GRANTED. Regazzi, Burns, and Wade are DISMISSED. The plaintiffs Christian Cardona and Myrio Rogers are DISMISSED pursuant to their notices of withdrawal (ECF Nos. 16 , 19 ). (cc: all counsel and mailed to pro se party)(mlm)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
JESUS M. SIMMS, TOMMY T. BUSH,
WOODROW STALLINGS, JR.,
DENNISE WHITE, MICHAEL HOWARD,
AARON H. SCOTT, JAVIER MCCANTS,
THADOUS BEARD, DRESHAWN FREEMAN,
MYRIO ROGERS, BRANDON JONES,
JEROD BRUMFIELD, ANTHONY JOHNSON,
CHARLES ROBY, NOAH HUNTER,
CHRISTIAN CARDON, IROQUOIS REGAZZI,
VANN POPE, MARIO PATTILLO, and
CLIFFORD E. BENT,
Case No. 22-CV-697
INSPECTOR DOBSON, et al.,
On June 21, 2022, the court issued an order stating that any plaintiffs who
filed a notice of withdrawal could be dismissed from this action without being
assessed the statutory filing fee. Plaintiffs Iroquois Regazzi, Lawrence Gregory
Burns, and Keveon Wade filed motions to withdraw. (ECF Nos. 10, 24, 47.) The court
grants their motions and they are dismissed from the case. Plaintiffs Christian
Cardona and Myrio Rogers filed notices of withdrawal. (ECF Nos. 16, 19). They are
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also dismissed from the case. These plaintiffs will not have to pay any portion of a
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Iroquois Regazzi’s, Lawrence Gregory
Burns’s, and Keveon Wade’s motions to withdraw (ECF Nos. 10, 24, 47) are
GRANTED. Regazzi, Burns, and Wade are DISMISSED.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Christian Cardona and Myrio Rogers are
DISMISSED pursuant to their notices of withdrawal (ECF Nos. 16, 19).
Dated in Milwaukee, Wisconsin this 17th day of November, 2022.
BY THE COURT
WILLIAM E. DUFFIN
United States Magistrate Judge
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