Bunker v. Black Hawk County Jail
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|April 24, 2013
ORDER granting 1 MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis filed by Justin Bunker. The clerk's office is directed to file the complaint (docket no. 1-1) without the prepayment of the filing fee. The plaintiff is directed to submit an initial partial filing fee of $31.00 by no later than 5/22/13. The clerk's office is directed to dismiss without prejudice this action, unless either the initial partial filing fee of $31.00 is received by 5/22/13 or the court grants a n enlargement of time to pay the initial partial filing fee inresponse to a written motion. The institution having custody of the plaintiff is directed to collect and remit monthly payments until the $350.00 filing fee is paid in full. The clerk 's office is directed to send a copy of this order and the notice of collection of filing fee to the appropriate official at the place where the plaintiff is an inmate. The plaintiff is directed to file by no later than 5/22/13 an additional sta tement. Unless the plaintiff files a statement by 5/22/13 or the court grants an enlargement of time to file a statement, the clerk's office is directed to dismiss without prejudice this action. The court reserves ruling on the plaintiff's claims for purposes of 28 U.S.C. § 1915(e)(2)(B) and/or 28 U.S.C. §1915A. Signed by Chief Judge Linda R Reade on 4/24/13. (ksy)(Copy w/NEF to Plf and Warden; CRF)
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