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PAUL H. THRELKELD, ZACK S. HOWARD, AND PATRICK T. O'CONNOR OBTAINED SUMMARY JUDGMENT FOR OLIVER MANER CLIENTS THE CITY OF BLOOMINGDALE AND CITY OFFICIALS WAYNE TIPTON, BILLY STROZIER AND ERNIE GRIZZARD

Summary Judgment was granted in the case of Mary K. Mitchell v. City of Bloomingdale, et al. (Chatham County State Court Case No. STCV-1200651-CO). The plaintiff claimed that the City and its officials violated her Constitutional rights by taking her campaign signs without appropriate authority. Plaintiff also claimed that the defendants' actions were negligent and were undertaken with malice and in an arbitrary and capricious manner. Judge Hermann Coolidge granted summary judgment in favor of the City and the individual officials, thereby dismissing all claims against them.

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