United States District Court, Southern District of Georgia, Statesboro Division
November 4, 2014
WASEEM DAKER, Plaintiff,
PATRICK HEAD; JESSE D. EVANS; MARY E. STALEY; BRIAN OWENS; TIMOTHY WARD; RANDY TILLMAN; RICK JACOBS; ROBERT E. JONES; CARL HUMPHREY; DR. SHARON LEWIS; SHEVONDAH FIELDS; LISA FOUNTAIN; TORIS MCLESSIA ROZIER; JAMES DEMETRIUS SMITH; GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS; ROBERT TOOLE; WENDELL FOWLER; JOHN PAUL; Ms. KILGORE; Mr. DELOACH; MILTON SMITH; MURIEL JACKSON; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE; DR. JOHN DOE; DR. JANE DOE; Ms. KING; P. MURPHY; Off. HENRY; Ms. BROWN; THREE JOHN DOES; BRUCE CHATMAN; JUNE BISHOP; DR. DEAN BROOME; Mr. CARAVELLO; WILLIAM McNUNN; STEPHEN NICOLOV; SHARON BROWN; Ms. LIGHTSEY; Ms. CROWDER; Ms. STRICKLAND; Ms. DOBBS; Ms. SICVERS; Ms. COW ART; Ms. BRADY; TIFFANY WOOTEN; Mr. THURMOND; DEBBIE KING; Major SMITH; Sgt. SALGADO; RONNIE SHUEMAKE; TARAL TODMAN; BENJAMIN WARREN; ASWON CAULEY; FREDDIE DAVIS; JAMES McMILLAN; MICHAEL NUPEN; TORJKA NASH; LESLEY MEDLOCK; and SARAH BARBER, Defendants.
B. AVANT EDENFIELD, JUDGE
Waseem Daker has moved this court to amend its judgment dismissing his complaint. EOF No. 23. In support of his motion, he offers "the same reasons set forth in his objections to the magistrate's 9/8/14 report & recommendation." Id. at 1. However, a Rule 59(e) motion carmot be used "to relitigate old matters, raise argument[, ] or present evidence that could have been raised prior to the entry of judgment." Michael Linet, Inc. v. Vill. of Wellington. Fla., 408 F.3d 757, 763 (11th Cir. 2005). Daker's motion is improper because he has offered no new argument in support of altering the Court's judgment.
Therefore, the Court DENIES Daker's Rule 59 Motion.