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HORTON v. SNYDER

United States District Court, S.D. Illinois


June 8, 2005.

EUGENE HORTON, Plaintiff,
v.
DONALD SNYDER, et al., Defendants.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: CLIFFORD PROUD, Magistrate Judge

ORDER

A review of the record reveals several pending, related motions: (1) plaintiff's motion for partial summary judgment relative to defendant Hinsley (Doc. 248); (2) defendant Hinsley's motion to strike plaintiff's second motion for partial summary judgment (Doc. 250); (3) plaintiff's motion to withdraw his first motion for summary judgment relative to defendant Hinsley (Doc. 252); and (4) plaintiff's motion to strike his second motion for partial summary judgment relative to defendant Hinsley (Doc. 272). In his most recently filed motion plaintiff indicates that, assuming his motions for summary judgment are resolved, he is ready for trial.

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, for good cause shown:

1. Plaintiff's motion to withdraw his first motion for summary judgment relative to defendant Hinsley (Doc. 252) is DENIED AS MOOT; Judge Reagan has issued a final ruling relative to that motion (see Docs. 167 and 269);
2. Plaintiff's motion to strike his second motion for partial summary judgment relative to defendant Hinsley (Doc. 272) is GRANTED; the Clerk of Court shall have the record reflect that said motion (Doc. 248) is WITHDRAWN; and
3. Defendant Hinsley's motion to strike plaintiff's second motion for partial summary judgment (Doc. 250) is DENIED AS MOOT, since that motion (Doc. 248) was withdrawn by plaintiff.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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