Taylor v. Indiana State of et al
||Indiana State of and Indiana Government Center South
||December 1, 2016
||US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana
||Fort Wayne Office
||Susan L Collins
||Philip P Simon
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|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 12, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER: The Court DISMISSES this case as frivolous; DENIES the 4 in forma pauperis motion; ORDERS the plaintiff, Deante Tyrell Taylor, IDOC # 243687, to pay (and the facility having custody of him to automatically remit) to the clerk o f this court 20% of the money he receives for each calendar month during which he receives $10.00 or more, until the $400.00 filing fee is paid in full; DIRECTS the clerk of court to return, unfiled, any papers filed in any case by or on behalf of Deante Tyrell Taylor (except for a notice of appeal or unless filed in a criminal or habeas corpus proceeding) until he has paid in full all outstanding fees and sanctions in all civil actions in any federal court; DIRECTS the clerk t o note on the docket of this case any attempted filings in violation of this order; and DIRECTS the clerk of court to ensure that a copy of this order is mailed to each facility where the plaintiff is housed until the filing fee has been paid in full. Signed by Chief Judge Philip P Simon on 1/12/2017. (lhc)(cc: Plaintiff and Allen Co Jail) Modified on 1/12/2017 to cc: SB Financial (lhc).
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