Ellison v. Hodge et al
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|February 18, 2014
ORDER denying 8 Motion. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff BENNIE K. ELLISON is restricted from filing any new civil actions in this Court until such time as his outstanding filing fees in this district have been paid in full. This filing restr iction does not extend to a notice of appeal from this order, to the filing of any petition for a writ of habeas corpus, nor to pleadings filed as a defendant in another criminal or civil case. Any papers submitted to the Court by Plaintiff while this filing restriction is in place shall be accompanied by a copy of this order. Should Plaintiff attempt to file any new action in this Court, the Clerk of Court is DIRECTED to return any documents submitted in violation of this order to the Plaintiff unfiled. Signed by Judge J. Phil Gilbert on 2/18/2014. (tjk)
|June 10, 2013
ORDER DISMISSING CASE with prejudice as a sanction for Plaintiff's failure to disclose his litigation history, denying 3 MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis filed by Bennie K Ellison. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that within 60 days of the date of this Order, Plaintiff Ellison shall SHOW CAUSE in writing why the Court should not bar him from filing any further papers in this Court until such time as he pays in full the $400.00 district court filing fee due in this particular case, as well as the $350.00 filing fee due in Ellison v. Quinn, No. 13-cv-168-MJR. (Action due by 8/9/2013). Signed by Judge G. Patrick Murphy on 6/10/2013. (tjk)
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