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Plaintiff's Motion to Consolidate with Huminski v. Vermont for Appeal, Re: Both Cases Sua Sponte Summarily Dismissed Violative of Huminski v. Lavoie (Doc. #120) is
DENIED without prejudice
to seeking consolidation before the Eleventh Circuit, if appropriate
No appeal is currently pending in this case or in plaintiff’s other case, 2:13-cv-685-FTM-29DNF, and therefore there are no appeals to consolidate at this time. 2.
Plaintiff’s Motion to Make Additional and/or amended Findings Pursuant to Rule 52(b) (Doc. #121) is
The Court finds no amendment or additional findings are required. Plaintiff’s motion primarily focuses on the closure of the related case, 2:13-cv-685-FTM-29DNF, without articulating what findings in this case require amendment. Therefore, the motion is denied.
Plaintiff’s Motion for Rule 60 Relief FromJudgment (Doc. #122) is
. Plaintiff argues violation of his due process based on the dismissal of the case, that the undersigned is not entitled to immunity because plaintiff is only seeking declaratory relief, and that the undersigned cannot “advocate” for defendants as counsel. The due process argument is denied for the same reasons that plaintiff is not entitled to declaratory relief. The “doctrine of absolute judicial immunity serves to protect
judges frominjunctive relief as well as money damages.” Bolin v. Story, 225 F.3d 1234, 1240 (11th Cir. 2000)(emphasis in original). To the extent that plaintiff sought declaratory relief, an adequate remedy at law remains available to address the
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