United States District Court, E.D. Arkansas, Pine Bluff Division
May 6, 2015
DAVID JONES, ADC # 93197 Plaintiff,
MEGAN BOND, ET AL., Defendants.
SUSAN WEBBER WRIGHT, District Judge.
Before the Court is plaintiff's request to clarify order. The record reflects that on March 27, 2015, there being no timely objections filed by plaintiff, the Court entered two orders adopting the magistrate judge's recommended partial disposition [doc. 176] and recommended disposition [doc. 177] and entered judgment dismissing plaintiff's complaint. Document Nos. 18, 185, 186. On the same day, plaintiff filed a motion to extend time to file objections to the partial disposition, which involved the so-called medical defendants (doc. 187) and he filed objections to the recommended disposition, which involved the so-called security defendants. Doc. 188. On April 8, 2015, plaintiff filed a motion for a new trial or alternatively, to amend or alter judgment, complaining that the Court's Orders adopting the magistrate judge's recommended dispositions were in error because they said plaintiff had not filed objections when, in fact, he had mailed objections but they did not arrive before the filing deadline of March 26, 2015. In the Order dated, April 20, 2015, the Court granted the motion for extension of time to file objections concerning the medical defendants, considered the objections, reviewed the record de novo, and denied the motion for new trial/alter or amend judgment. Doc. 191.