Benyamini v. Louis
ORDER OF DISMISSAL with prejudice because petitioner failed to keep the court informed of his address in compliance with Local Rule 3- 11(a). (Illston, Susan) (Filed on 2/11/2013) Modified on 2/11/2013 (ysS, COURT STAFF).
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
No. C 12-4313 SI (pr)
ORDER OF DISMISSAL
G. D. LOUIS, warden,
Mail that was sent on October 9, 2012 to petitioner at the most recent address he provided
was returned to the court undelivered on October 24, 2012. Petitioner has not provided any
address other than the one to which the undeliverable mail was sent. More than sixty days have
passed since the mail was returned to the court undelivered. Petitioner has failed to comply with
Local Rule 3-11(a) which requires that a party proceeding pro se must "promptly file with the
Court and serve upon all opposing parties a Notice of Change of Address specifying the new
address" when his address changes. Local Rule 3-11(b) allows the court to dismiss a complaint
without prejudice when mail directed to a pro se party is returned as not deliverable and the pro
se party fails to file a notice of his current address within sixty days of the return of the
undelivered mail. For the foregoing reasons, this action is dismissed without prejudice because
petitioner failed to keep the court informed of his address in compliance with Local Rule 311(a).
IT IS SO ORDERED.
DATED: February 11, 2013
United States District Judge
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