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Lavigne v. Franklin County Court

United States District Court, D. Maine

November 20, 2014

BEVERLY A. LAVIGNE, PLAINTIFF
v.
FRANKLIN COUNTY COURT, ET AL., DEFENDANTS

BEVERLY A LAVIGNE, Plaintiff, Pro Se, OCEAN PARK, ME.

For FRANKLIN COUNTY COURT, DONALD MARDEN, individually while acting in his official capacity, VICKI HARDY, individually while acting in her official capacity, Defendant: THOMAS A. KNOWLTON, OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL, AUGUSTA, ME.

For JOSEPH ODONNELL, individually while acting in his official capacity, Defendant: ANDREW T. DAWSON, GOODSPEED & O'DONNELL, AUGUSTA, ME.

ORDER ON PLAINTIFF'S MOTION TO RE-OPEN CASE

D. BROCK HORNBY, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE.

The motion to re-open the case is Denied.

By the time I made my ruling on July 31, 2014 (ECF No. 71), I had read thoroughly Ms. Lavigne's Objection to the Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommended Decision, which Lavigne filed on July 30, 2014. (The Report and Recommended Decision is ECF No. 67 and the Objection is ECF No. 70.) I found nothing in the Objection that would support rejecting the Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommended Decision. It is true that on August 5, 2014, Ms. Lavigne filed documents that the Clerk's Office characterized as " Correspondence" (ECF No. 73). They appeared to be exhibits for her July 30 Objection. But the late-filed exhibits did not alter my conclusion that the Magistrate Judge's decision should be affirmed.

So Ordered.


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