Winfield v. Adult Probation & Parole et al
||September 13, 2019
||US District Court for the District of Utah
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
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|September 13, 2019
MEMORANDUM DECISION & ORDER TO CURE DEFICIENT COMPLAINT: Plaintiff must within THIRTY DAYS cure the Complaint's deficiencies noted by filing a document entitled, "THIRD AMENDED COMPLAINT." All dfts and claims should be included in a third amended complaint, if filed, and will not be treated further by the Court unless properly included. The Clerks Office shall mail Plaintiff the Pro Se Litigant Guide with a blank form civil rights complaint which Plaintiff must use if plaintiff wishes to pursue an amended complaint. Plaintiff fails to timely cure the above deficiencies according to this Order's instructions, this action will be dismissed without further notice. Plaintiff shall not try to serve Third Amen ded Complaint on Defendants; instead the Court will perform its screening function and determine itself whether the amended complaint warrants service. No motion for service of process is needed. THE COURT WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY FILINGS FROM PLAINTIFF EXCEPT FOR A THIRD AMENDED COMPLAINT UNTIL FURTHER FILINGS ARE SPECIFICALLY INVITED BY THE COURT. The Clerk's Office is ordered to return to sender any attempted filing except for a third amended complaint until further notice by the Court. See order for details. Signed by Judge Tena Campbell on 09/13/2019. (kpf)
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