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Tag Archives: Dismissal

Civil Rights: Pro Se Claims-Dismissal

Where appellants challenged the dismissal of their pro se complaint raising federal and state law claims, the court properly dismissed the federal claims, so the judgment is affirmed in part, and the order remanded the state law claims is vacated. ...

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Civil Practice: Dismissal-Pro Se Action

Where appellant challenged the dismissal of her pro se action, there was no basis for reversal, but the dismissal of the state-law claims should be modified to be without prejudice, so the judgment is affirmed as modified. Judgment is affirmed ...

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Criminal Law: Habeas Relief-Dismissal

Where appellant challenged the dismissal of his Section 2241 petition, the judgment is affirmed for the reasons stated by the district court. Judgment is affirmed. Weang v. Secretary of Department of Homeland Security (MLW No. 74510/Case No. 19-2111 – 2 ...

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Civil Practice: Diversity-Dismissal

Where appellants challenged the dismissal of their amended complaint in a diversity action, the dismissal was proper for the reasons cited by the district court. Judgment is affirmed. Lindberg v. Dimon (MLW No. 74507/Case No. 19-1883 – 2 pages) (U.S. ...

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Civil Rights: Dismissal-Pro Se Action

Where appellant challenged the dismissal of his pro se civil rights action, the dismissal was proper, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. Sayen v. Schurrer (MLW No.74466/Case No. 19-2360 – 2 pages) (U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit, ...

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Civil Rights: Dismissal-Statute of Limitations

Where appellant challenged the dismissal of his civil rights action, the district court properly found the claims to be barred by the applicable statute of limitations. Judgment is affirmed. Clayborne v. Parker (MLW No. 74445/Case No. 19-2410 – 2 pages) ...

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