McGrew v. Getsy et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 24, 2011
RULING denying 51 Motion to Stay/Request for Extension of Time. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 1/24/11. (BP)
|January 10, 2011
RULING granting 42 Motion to Revoke in Forma Pauperis Status and Order to Pay Filing Fee. IT IS ORDERED that the plaintiff is granted 20 days from the date of this order to pay the court's filing fee in the amount of$350. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that except for proceedings related to the plaintiffs payment of the filing fee, further proceeding in this case are stayed until the plaintiff pays the filing fee. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 1/10/2011. (CMM)
|March 4, 2010
JUDGMENT...It is ordered adjudged and decreed that the plaintiff's complaint is dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust available administrative remedies pursuant to 42 USC 199e(a), and with prejudice to refiling them in forma pauperis status. All other pending motions in this action are hereby dismissed, as moot. Signed by Chief Judge Ralph E. Tyson on 3/4/2010. Signed by Chief Judge Ralph E. Tyson on 3/4/2010. (LSM, )
|January 7, 2010
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS regarding 1 Complaint filed by Carlos A. McGrew...It is recommended that the plaintiff's complaint be dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust available administrative remedies pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1997 (a), and with prejudice to refiling them in forma pauperis status.... Objections to R&R due by 1/25/2010. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 1/7/2010. (CMM,)
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