Brandon Favor v. Paul Tanaka, et al.

Filing 11

NOTICE AND ORDER RE FILING BY VEXATIOUS LITIGANT by Judge Jesus G. Bernal. re Complaint (Prisoner Civil Rights) 1 . Case Terminated. Made JS-6. (See Order for Further Details) (Attachments: # 1 Complaint) (kl)

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JS-6 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CASE NUMBER BRANDON FAVOR, CV 17-4269-JGB (JEM) PLAINTIFF(S) v. PAUL TANAKA, et al., NOTICE AND ORDER RE FILING BY VEXATIOUS LITIGANT DEFENDANT(S). Brandon Favor , plaintiff, attempted to file a pleading in the above-referenced matter. Attached for your review is a copy of: ✘ G Complaint / Petition ✘ G Other Application to Proceed In Forma Pauperis, Motion to Dismiss With Relief Obtaining Counsel According to court records, plaintiff has been identified as a vexatious litigant who is not permitted to file any pleading without the following: G Bond in the amount of $ must be posted with the filing af any new action. G No petition for writ of habeas corpus is to be filed without payment of filing fee and/or written authorization ✘ G ✘ G G G G from a U.S. district judge or magistrate judge. Court order is needed to file a new action. Court order is needed to file subsequent pleadings. Written authorization from the Chief Judge is required before filing of any document. No filings are to be accepted in this case by plaintiff or anyone on his or her behalf. Other IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that plaintiff G may ✘ G may not file the document presented in the above-referenced matter. nced June 28, 2017 Date United States District Judge / Magistrate Judge States ate Magistrate Judge agistrat st NOTICE AND ORDER RE FILING BY VEXATIOUS LITIGANT CV-115 (5/99)

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