Grooms v. Hawkins County, TN et al
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|March 1, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: Plaintiff's application to proceed in forma pauperis is GRANTED, and he is ASSESSED the civil filing fee of three hundred and fifty dollars ($350). The Clerk is DIRECTED to send a copies of plaintiff s motion, the deficiency order, and this order to Hawkins County Sheriff Ronnie Lawson. The Court needs one or other of the statements to determine whether to establish a periodic payment plan for collection of the filing fee assessed against plainti ff. Thus, plaintiffs motion for a statement likewise is GRANTED, (Doc. 12), and Sheriff Lawson SHALL provide to the Court, within twenty (20) days of the date on this order, either: 1) a certified copy of plaintiffs inmate trust account statement or 2) a statement, signed by an authorized person, evidencing that the Hawkins County jail does not maintain prisoner trust accounts. Defendants Armstrong, Smith, and Lawson are DISMISSED from this action, for plaintiffs failure to state a claim against them. Corporal Smith, Autem Armstrong and Ronnie Lawson terminated. Because plaintiff has failed to state a claim against defendants, this lawsuit will be DISMISSED by separate order, but only after the Court has received the necessary information from Sheriff Lawson to resolve the filing fee issue. See order for details. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 3/1/2013. (c/m) (RLC, )
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