Self v. Taylor et al
ORDER dismissing this action with prejudice. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 8/15/2016. (mef)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
JONATHAN WAYNE SELF
CASE NO. 5:15-CV-119 SWW/BD
KEITH TAYLOR, et al.
On June 22, 2016, the Court received a Partial Recommended Disposition
(“Recommendation”) filed by Magistrate Judge Beth Deere. See Doc. # 61. The
Recommendation was mailed to plaintiff Jonathan Wayne Self at his last known address.
However, on July 1, 2016, the Recommendation was returned to this Court as undeliverable. See
Doc. # 62.
Local Rule 5.5(c)(2) provides:
Parties appearing pro se. It is the duty of any party not represented by counsel to
promptly notify the Clerk and the other parties to the proceedings of any change
in his or her address, to monitor the progress of the case, and to prosecute or
defend the action diligently. A party appearing for himself/herself shall sign
his/her pleadings and state his/her address, zip code, and telephone number. If any
communication from the Court to a pro se plaintiff is not responded to within
thirty (30) days, the case may be dismissed without prejudice. Any party
proceeding pro se shall be expected to be familiar with and follow the Federal
Rules of Civil Procedure.
By Order entered July 5, 2016 [doc.#64], the Court ordered plaintiff to inform the Court
of his current address within thirty (30) days of the entry of this Order and that failure to do so
may result in the dismissal of this action under Local Rule 5.5(c)(2). On July 12, 2016, the
Order was returned to the Court as undeliverable. See Doc. # 65.
Plaintiff has not informed the Court of his current address as ordered and the time for
doing so has passed. Accordingly, the Court dismisses this action without prejudice.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 15th day of August 2016.
/s/Susan Webber Wright
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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