Weaver v. State of Nebraska Police Department et al
Case Number: 8:2005cv00206
Filed: May 5, 2005
Court: US District Court for the District of Nebraska
Office: 8 Omaha Office
Presiding Judge: Joseph F. Bataillon
Presiding Judge: Pro Se Docket
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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May 20, 2005 Opinion or Order Filing 6 ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis; plaintiff shall pay an initial partial filing fee of $30.34 by July 1, 2005, unless an enlargement of time is granted in response to a written motion; in the absence of the initia l partial filing fee by the specified deadline, this case may be subject to dismissal; the Clerk of Court shall send a copy of this order to the appropriate official at the plaintiff's institution; plaintiff shall keep the court informed of his current address at all times, and that all parties are bound by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and by the court's Local Rules, while this case is pending; and that the plaintiff shall review the "Notice Regarding Summons Forms" attached to this order. Signed by Judge F. A. Gossett on 5/20/2005. (PCV, ) (copy of order sent to institution)
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