Free Order on Motion to Amend/Correct - District Court of Delaware - Delaware


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Case 1:04-cv—00941—SLR Document 61 Filed 08/11/2005 Page 1 of 2
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF DELAWARE
JEFFERY ALONZO SIMMS, )
Plaintiff, g
v. g Civ. No. 04-941-SLR
MAJOR R.L. HUGHES, LT. COL. g
THOMAS F. MACLEISH, and COL. )
L. AARON CHAFFINCH, )
Defendants. g
O R D E R
At Wilmington this IMA day of August, 2005, having
considered plaintiff’s motions for various relief;
IT IS ORDERED that:
1. Plaintiff's motions to amend/correct (D.I. 36, 40)
in order to consolidate this action with another he filed are
denied, there being insufficient reasons to join the actions.
2. Plaintiff’s motions for hearings (D.I. 36, 47) are
denied, there being no reason to change the dates in the court's
scheduling order. (D.I. 32)
3. Plaintiff's motion to serve subpoenas on defendants
(DI. 42) he intends to call as trial witnesses is premature, and
denied without prejudice to renew.
4. Plaintiff's motion for emergency medical care and a
trial date (D.I. 55) is denied, there being inadequate grounds for

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relief.
5. Plaintiff is reminded that there is a scheduling
order in place that directs when motions and responses are to be
filed. (D.I. 32) Repetitive requests for relief that the court
has already determined are without merit and will not be accepted
for docketing.
United Stages District Judge
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