Ellis v. Ludlum et al

Filing 23

ORDER denying 21 Motion. Ellis's complaint will be dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/29/2016. (jak)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS PINE BLUFF DIVISION JERRY J. ELLIS ADC #78658 v. PLAINTIFF No. 5:16-cv-157-DPM S. LUDLUM, CCS, Dental Assistant; J. STIEVE, CCS; B. GRAY, Former CCS Employee; GRISWALD, CCS, Doctor; C. HUBBARD, CCS, APN; E. BLAND, CCS, APN; W. CLOWERS, Former CCS Employee, APN; C. CAPPS, CCS, APN; A. KING, Former CCS Employee; A. GRAY, CCS, LPN; C. Chisom, CCS, Medical Staff; K. HARGRAVE, CCS, LPN; K. SNOW, Former CCS Employee; ABLES, CCS, LPN; LEGGETT, CCS, LPN; K. CLEARY, CEO, Clif Bar Company DEFENDANTS ORDER The Court has given Ellis plenty of time to pay the filing fee, NQ 13 & 18. Ellis has not done so. Based on lack of access to library materials, he asks for more time to respond on the merits of whether he is a 3-striker. That motion, N2 21, is denied. Ellis' s status is clear. He has filed many cases, at least four of which satisfy the statutory criteria. See Judge Volpe' s Order, N2 13, which the Court directs the Clerk to send Ellis again. There's been no showing that Ellis satisfies the imminent-danger exception. dismissed without prejudice. The complaint will be So Ordered. D.P. Marshall Jr. (/ United States District Judge -2-

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