Jackson v. City and County of Naples, Florida et al

Filing 85

ORDER denying 84 Plaintiff's Request for Access to CM/ECF System. Signed by Magistrate Judge Carol Mirando on 5/9/2017. (LS)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA FORT MYERS DIVISION DION JACKSON, Uber-G Plaintiff, v. Case No: 2:15-cv-666-FtM-99CM CITY AND COUNTY OF NAPLES, FLORIDA, DONNA FIALA, PENNY TAYLOR, TOM HENNING, GEORGIA A. HILLER, TIM NANCE, JEFF WRIGHT, AMY LYBERG, JEFF LETOURNEAU, ERIC SHORT, PATRICK BALDWIN, JONATHAN MUSSE, JOHN CONNETTA and JASON BRIDWELL, Defendants. ORDER This matter comes before the Court upon review of Plaintiff’s Request for Access to CM/ECF System (Doc. 84) filed on May 5, 2017. Plaintiff, who is representing herself pro se in this matter, requests electronic notification of filings via the Court’s Case Management and Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF) system, as well as the ability to file documents electronically. Plaintiff makes the request due to “convenience and time considerations.” Doc. 84. This Court’s Administrative Procedures for Electronic Filing state that pro se litigants are not allowed to utilize CM/ECF without authorization from the Court. The Court, having reviewed the Motion and considered the circumstances, does not find good cause exists to allow the Plaintiff access to electronic notification and/or filing. Plaintiff may prosecute this lawsuit via the U.S. Mail and by accessing the computer terminals at the Clerk’s Office in Fort Myers. Plaintiff is cautioned that she must stay apprised of this matter and participate fully, complying with both the Local Rules and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. ACCORDINGLY, it is hereby ORDERED: Plaintiff's Request for Access to CM/ECF System (Doc. 84) is DENIED. DONE and ORDERED in Fort Myers, Florida on this 9th day of May, 2017. Copies: Counsel of record -2-

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