Brannon v. Lytle et al
ORDER: The Court assesses no initial filing fee due to plaintiff lacking the money to pay one. The Administrator of the Cummins Unit or his designee must make monthly payments of twenty percent of the preceding month's income credited to Brannon 's prison trust account each time the balance exceeds $10.00. The Court directs the Clerk to mail a copy of this Order to the ADC Compliance Office, the ADC Trust Fund Centralized Banking Office, and to the Warden/Director of the Cummins Unit. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/9/2014. (jak)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
C.R. F. BRANNON
JOHN 0. LYTLE, Doctor, Corizon, ADC;
BERNARD G. CROWELL, Doctor, Corizon, ADC;
TROY MOORE, Doctor, Corizon, ADC;
ESTELLA BLAND, APN, Cummins Unit, ADC; and
1. The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit affirmed the
Judgment in this case and granted Brannon's motion to proceed in Jonna
pauperis. NQ 95. It remanded to this Court the assessment and collection of
$505.00 in appeals-related fees.
2. The Court assess no initial filing fee because Brannon lacks the money
to pay one. Until Brannon has paid his appeals fees in full, the Administrator
of Cummins Unit or his designee must make monthly payments of twenty
percent of the preceding month's income credited to Brannon's prison trust
account each time the balance exceeds $10.00. 28 U.S.C. § 1915(b)(2).
3. The Court directs the Clerk to mail a copy of this Order to the
Arkansas Department of Correction Compliance Office, P.O. Box 20550, Pine
Bluff, AR 71612; the Arkansas Department of Correction Trust Fund
Centralized Banking Office, P.O. Box 8908, Pine Bluff, AR 71611; and to the
Warden/Director of Cummins Unit, P.O. Box 500, Grady, AR 71644.
D.P. Marshall Jr. 11
United States District Judge
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