Whitworth v. CoreCivic, Inc. et al
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|August 22, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION OF THE COURT, ORDER Assessing Filing Fee $350 for James C. Whitworth, ORDER REFERRING CASE to Magistrate Judge Alistair Newbern. Accordingly, plaintiff's application is GRANTED. The Clerk shall file the complaint in f orma pauperis. Accordingly, the Clerk is instructed to send the plaintiff a service packet (a blank summons and USM 285 form) for each defendant. The plaintiff will complete the service packets and return them to the Clerk's Office within twen ty one (21) days of the date of receipt of this order. This action is REFERRED to the Magistrate Judge to enter a scheduling order for the management of the case, to dispose or recommend disposition of any pretrial motions under 28 U.S.C. § 167; 636(b)(1)(A) and (B), and to conduct further proceedings, if necessary, under Rule 72(b), Fed.R.Civ.P., and the Local Rules of Court. The Clerk is further directed to send a copy of this order to the Warden of the South Central Correctional Ce nter to ensure that the custodian of plaintiff's inmate trust account complies with that portion of the Prison Litigation Reform Act relating to the payment of the filing fee. Signed by District Judge Aleta A. Trauger on 8/22/17. (xc:Pro se party by regular mail. ) (Warden of SCCF sent copy by regular mail.) (Pro se party sent (2) service packets by regular mail.)(DOCKET TEXT SUMMARY ONLY-ATTORNEYS MUST OPEN THE PDF AND READ THE ORDER.)(am)
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