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Webb v. Weber County

United States District Court, D. Utah

September 4, 2018

DAVID WEBB, Plaintiff,
v.
WEBER COUNTY, et al., Defendants.

          MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER OVERRULING PLAINTIFF'S OBJECTIONS

          David Nuffer United States District Judge

         Plaintiff David Webb filed the following objections (collectively, the “Objections”):

• Pro Se Plaintiff's Objection to U.S. Magistrate Judge's Order Denying Mr. Webb's Motion for Leave to File Motion.[1]
• Supplemental Pro Se Plaintiff's Objections to U.S. Magistrate Judge's Order Denying Mr. Webb's Motion for Leave to File Motion.[2]
• Opposition to Docket Text Order Denying Motion for Leave to File Motion for Ogden City Defendants to Surrender the Original Hard-Drive Dash Cam Video.[3]
• Objections to Court Entry After ECF No. 451 & Docket Text Order Denying Motion Seeking Recusal.[4]
• Combined Objections to Order Denying Plaintiff David Webb's Motion to Court for Payment of Fees at Government Expense & Order Denying David Webb's Motion Seeking Recusal.[5]
• Objections to Docket Text Order Denying ECF No. 486 Motion for Leave to File Motion Pursuant to FRCP Rules 60(b) & 60(d) & ECF No. 487 Supplement.[6]
• Combined Objections to Order Denying Motion for Leave to File Motion to Notify Chief U.S. District Judge David Nuffer of 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Precedent & Motion for Leave to File Motion to Notify Chief U.S. District Judge David Nuffer of U.S. Supreme Court Precedent.[7]
• Objections to Order Granting Motion to Accompany [Proposed] Order Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2041, 2042 & FRCP Rule 67, and Local Rule DUCivR 67(g).[8]

         ORDER

         Upon consideration of the Objections, and for good cause appearing, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that each of the Objections[9] is OVERRULED. The orders of the Magistrate Judge to which the Objections correspond (collectively, the “Magistrate Judge's Orders”)[10] are not “clearly erroneous or … contrary to law.”[11] Furthermore, having reviewed the Magistrate Judge's Orders de novo, including the record that was before the Magistrate Judge, each of the Magistrate Judge's Orders are hereby AFFIRMED.

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