WITHERSPOON v. HBO
||DESMOND M. WITHERSPOON
||March 2, 2015
||US District Court for the District of New Jersey
||Stanley R. Chesler
||Cathy L. Waldor
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 10, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER that Plaintiffs IFP privileges are hereby revoked for all future and pending cases in the District of New Jersey. If Plaintiff wishes to proceed with any complaint which is now pending in this Court, he must pay the full applicable filing and docketing fees within fourteen (14) days of the date of this order. Failure to pay the fees within that time will result in dismissal of each complaint without further notice. If Plaintiff does not pay the fees within the time allotted, th e Clerk of the District Court is directed to close this and all of Plaintiffs pending matters in the District on March 25, 2015, without any further order from this Court. No extension of time to pay the fees will be granted. No motion to reopen a ca se will be docketed unless Plaintiff has paid the filing and docketing fees. Plaintiff may seek to have this order modified or vacated no sooner than October 1, 2015. In any such motion Plaintiff must show that he has a non-frivolous basis for doing so. Plaintiff may file only one motion to modify or vacate this order in any one year period. The Clerk will not docket more than one motion in a one-year period; etc. Signed by Judge Stanley R. Chesler on 3/10/15. (sr, )
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