Taylor v. Rhode Island ( 1999 )


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  •     [NOT FOR PUBLICATION--NOT TO BE CITED AS PRECEDENT]
                   United States Court of Appeals
                       For the First Circuit
    
    No. 98-2066
    
                      WILLIAM L. TAYLOR, ET AL.,
    
                       Plaintiffs, Appellants,
    
                                  v.
    
                    STATE OF RHODE ISLAND, ET AL.,
    
                        Defendants, Appellees.
    
             APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    
                   FOR THE DISTRICT OF RHODE ISLAND
    
               [Hon. Mary M. Lisi, U.S. District Judge]
    
                                Before
    
                       Torruella, Chief Judge,
                     Cyr, Senior Circuit Judge,
                     and Selya, Circuit Judge.
    
       Richard A. Sinapi, American Civil Liberties Union, Rhode
    Island Affiliate and Sinapi Law Associates, Ltd. on brief for
    appellants.
       Jeffrey B. Pine, Attorney General, Thomas A. Palombo, Special
    Assistant Attorney General, and Ellen Evans Alexander, Deputy Chief
    Legal Counsel on Motion for Summary Disposition for appellees.
    
    March 4, 1999
    
               Per Curiam.  Upon careful review of the record, the
    briefs, and the history of this case, Taylor  v. State of Rhode
    Island, 
    101 F.3d 780
     (1st Cir. 1996), rev'g 
    908 F. Supp. 92
    (D.R.I. 1995), we conclude that the district court properly
    granted summary judgment on the remaining procedural due
    process issue.  We reach this conclusion essentially for the
    reasons stated by the district court in the Memorandum and
    Decision dated August 7, 1998, and we do not need to embellish
    upon those reasons.  The appellants' particular arguments do
    not persuade us otherwise.
               The appellees' motion for summary disposition is
    granted. 
               The judgment is affirmed.  See 1st Cir. Loc. R. 27.1.
    

Document Info

DocketNumber: 98-2066

Filed Date: 3/7/1999

Precedential Status: Non-Precedential

Modified Date: 12/21/2014