Heath v. Kansas, State of et al
||Glenn A. Heath
||Kansas, State of, Patricia Biggs, Mike O'Neil, Robert Sanders and Kansas Prisoner Review Board
||July 26, 2011
||US District Court for the District of Kansas
||Sam A. Crow
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|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 28, 2011
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ENTERED: Plaintiff's motions 2 & 6 to proceed without prepayment of fees are granted. This action is dismissed and all relief is denied without prejudice. Plaintiff is assessed the remainder of the filing fee herein to be paid through payments automatically deducted from his inmate account. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 12/28/2011.(Mailed to pro se party Glenn A. Heath by regular mail.) (smnd)
|October 14, 2011
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER stating that plaintiff's requests for preliminary injunction and class certification 1 and his 4 Motion for Writ of Habeas Corpus ad testificandum are denied. Plaintiff is granted 30 days to file a properly completed mo tion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis on court provided forms. Within the same 30 day period, plaintiff is to submit a second amended complaint upon court provided forms together with an initial partial filing fee of $14.50. Failure to pay the fees as required may result in dismissal of this action without prejudice. Signed by District Judge Sam A. Crow on 10/14/2011. (SEE MEMORANDUM AND ORDER FOR FURTHER DETAILS.) Mailed to pro se party Glenn A. Heath by regular mail. (ms)
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