Williamson v. Arkansas Board of Parole et al
ORDER re 1 Complaint Referred (42:1983) filed by Tamarreo Williamson; Plaintiff is directed to sign and date the signature page of his Complaint and return it to the Court no later than August 6, 2014. Signed by Honorable Barry A. Bryant on July 16, 2014. (mll)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
ARKANSAS BOARD OF PAROLE;
JOE WESTFALL; and
SHERIFF JAMES SINGLETON
Tamarreo Williamson has submitted for filing in this district a pro se 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Complaint and an Application to proceed in forma pauperis ("IFP Application").
The Clerk is DIRECTED to provisionally file the Complaint and IFP Application.
Plaintiff failed to sign his Complaint. Accordingly, the Clerk is DIRECTED to send Plaintiff the
signature page of his Complaint along with this Order. Plaintiff is DIRECTED to sign and date
the signature page of his Complaint and return it to the Court no later than August 6, 2014.
Further, the Clerk is DIRECTED to return to Plaintiff, without filing, the exhibits attached to his
Complaint and a copy of the 1983 Prisoner Litigation Guide noting the appropriate instances to
submit exhibits to the Court.
Plaintiff is advised that if he fails to return the completed signature page by August
6, 2014 this case will be subject to dismissal.
Plaintiff is further advised that it is his responsibility to inform the Court of any changes
of address he may have. In the event Plaintiff has a change of address, he must submit a Notice
to the Court containing only his request to change his address of record.
The Court will address Plaintiffs Application for in forma pauperis status and the issue
of service by separate order once Plaintiff has responded to this Order.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 16th day of July 2014.
lsi Barry A. Bryant
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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