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Pickett v. Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Court of Claims of Ohio

January 22, 2003

LATTIMORE PICKETT Plaintiff
v.
DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION AND CORRECTION Defendant

Richard F. Swope Attorney for Plaintiff, Tracy M. Greuel Assistant Attorney General.

JUDGMENT ENTRY

{¶1} This case was tried to a magistrate of the court. On November 27, 2002, the magistrate issued a decision recommending judgment for plaintiff in the amount of $15, 025.

{¶2} Civ.R. 53 states: "Within 14 days of the filing of a magistrate's decision, a party may file written objections to the magistrate's decision." On January 3, 2003, plaintiff filed a motion to dismiss his motion for an extension of time to file an objection, which the court construes as plaintiff's notice that he will not be filing an objection to the magistrate's decision.

{¶3} Accordingly, upon review of the record and the magistrate's decision, the court determines that there is no error of law or other defect on the face of the magistrate's decision. Therefore, the court adopts the magistrate's decision and recommendation as its own. Judgment is rendered in favor of plaintiff in the amount of $15, 025, which includes the filing fee paid by plaintiff. Court costs are assessed against defendant. ...


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