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Carbajal v. St. Anthony Central Hospital

United States District Court, Tenth Circuit

December 11, 2013

DEAN CARBAJAL, Plaintiff,
v.
ST. ANTHONY CENTRAL HOSPITAL, a corporation, CENTURA HEALTH, a corporation, APEX a corporation, STEPHAN M. SWAN, Physician Assistant, in his individual and official capacity, GREGORY J. ENGLUND, Registered Nurse, in his individual and official capacity, MARCI HANSHUE, Registered Nurse, in her individual and official capacity, MICHAEL O'NIELL, Police Officer For the Denver Police Department, in his individual and official capacity, JAY LOPEZ, Police Officer For the Denver Police Department, in his individual and official capacity, LARRY BLACK, Police Officer For the Denver Police Department, in his individual and official capacity, and CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER, a political subdivision of the State of Colorado, Defendants.

ORDER GRANTING DEFENDANT CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER'S MOTION TO CLARIFY ORDER #133 AND AMENDING SAME

ROBERT E. BLACKBURN, District Judge.

The matter before me is Defendant City and County of Denver's Motion To Clarify Order #133 [#151], [1] filed November 14, 2013. I grant the motion and will direct the clerk of the court to amend the apposite order to reflect that the City and County of Denver has been dismissed as a named party in this action.

By my Order Re: Recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge [#133], filed September 6, 2013, I found and concluded that all plaintiff's claims implicating the City and County of Denver were to be dismissed and judgment entered in favor of defendant. ( See id. ¶¶ 11(a) & (d) at 16-17 & ¶ 12 n. 9 at 19.) Nevertheless, I failed to include the City within that portion of the order directing that certain defendants, against whom all claims had been dismissed, were dropped as named parties to this action. ( See id. ¶ 12 at 18-19.) Thus, the extant order should be amended to reflect that all claims against the City and County of Denver in this lawsuit have been dismissed and that the City therefore is properly dismissed as a party.

THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:

1. That Defendant City and County of Denver's Motion To Clarify Order #133 [#151], filed November 14, 2013, is GRANTED;

2. That the court CLARIFIES and CONFIRMS that there are no claims remaining in this lawsuit in which the City and County of Denver is implicated as a defendant; and

3. That the Order Re: Recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge [#133], filed September 6, 2013, IS AMENDED at pages 18-19, paragraph 12 as follows:

That defendants Dr. Chuang, Supervising Physician, in his official and individual capacity; Lieutenant Thomas, Lieutenant for the Denver Police Department, in his individual and Official Capacity; Captain Steven Carter, Captain for the Denver Police Department, in his individual and Official Capacity; Gilberto Lucio, Police Officer for the Denver Police Department, in his individual and Official Capacity; and the City and County of Denver, a political subdivision of the State of Colorado, are DROPPED as named parties to this action, and the case caption AMENDED accordingly.[9]

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