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Mauchlin v. Zhan

United States District Court, D. Colorado

January 12, 2015

PETER P. MAUCHLIN, Plaintiff,
v.
DR. P. ZHAN, Psychologist, ASSOCIATE WARDEN MUNSEN, Associate Warden, ASSOCIATE WARDEN MILUSNIC, Associate Warden, CHIEF CORRECTIONAL SUPERVISOR KRIST, Chief Correctional Supervisor, CHIEF CORRECTIONAL SUPERVISOR LLOYD, Chief Correctional Supervisor, UNIT MANAGER P. RANGEL, Unit Manager, and CORRECTIONAL SUPERVISOR JENSEN, Correctional Supervisor, Defendants

Peter P. Mauchlin, Plaintiff, Pro Se, Florence, CO.

For B.R. Davis, Defendant: Marcy Elizabeth Cook, U.S. Attorney's Office-Denver, Denver, CO.

For Warden, Dr. P. Zhon, Psychologist, Defendant: Marcy Elizabeth Cook, U.S. Attorney's Office-Denver, Denver, CO; Susan Begesse Prose, U.S. Attorney's Office-Denver, Denver, CO.

For Munson Associate Warden, Milusnic, Associate Warden, Krist, Chief Correctional Supervisor, Lloyd, Chief Correctional Supervisor, P. Rangel, Unit Manager, Defendants: Marcy Elizabeth Cook, U.S. Attorney's Office-Denver, Denver, CO; Susan Begesse Prose, U.S. Attorney's Office-Denver, Denver, CO.

RECOMMENDATION OF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

Boyd N. Boland, United States Magistrate Judge.

The parties appeared this morning for a scheduling conference. At the conference, I was informed that the plaintiff suffers from severe cataracts, is nearly blind in his left eye and suffers reduced vision in his right eye, and expects to be approved for cataract surgery soon. In view of these facts, the plaintiff suggested that the action be stayed pending resolution of his vision problem.

Local rule of practice 41.2, D.C.COLO.LCivR, provides that " [a] district judge or a magistrate judge exercising consent jurisdiction may order the clerk to close a civil action administratively subject to reopening for good cause." I reviewed the administrative closure procedure with the parties at the conference this morning, and all parties consented to have the case administratively closed.

I respectfully RECOMMEND that the action be closed administratively subject to reopening for good cause shown after the plaintiff's vision problem is addressed.[1]


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