Rinehart v. Langley
||Shiloh D. Rinehart
||June 22, 2012
||US District Court for the District of Utah
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|June 20, 2013
MEMORANDUM DECISION and Order Directing service of Process, answer and/or dispositive motion. Signed by Judge David Nuffer on 6/20/2013. (kpf)
|November 6, 2012
ORDER & MEMORANDUM DECISION: Although the Court has already granted Plaintiff's application to proceed in forma pauperis, Plaintiff must still eventually pay $350.00, the full amount. Plaintiff must pay an initial partial fi ling fee of $9.10 within thirty days of the date of this Order, or his complaint will be dismissed. Plaintiff must make monthly payments of twenty percent of the preceding months income credited to Plaintiff's account. Plaintiff shall make the necessary arrangement to give a copy of this Order to the inmate funds accounting office at Plaintiff's correctional facility. Plaintiff shall complete the consent to collection of fees and submit it to the inmate funds accounting office at Plaintiff's correctional facility and also submit a copy of the signed correctional facility and also submit a copy of the signed consent to this Court within thirty days from the date of this Order, or the complaint will be dismissed. denying 4 Motion for Service of Process (Prisoner). ; denying 5 Motion to Appoint Counsel ; denying 7 Motion to Appoint Counsel. Signed by Judge David Nuffer on 11/5/2012. (kpf)
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