Gil v. Leon et al
ORDER on Plaintiff's Request to Access Court Filing System re 20 MOTION for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply as to 13 MOTION to Dismiss complaint , 11 MOTION to Dismiss Plaintiff's Complaint with Prejudice , 10 MOTION to Dismiss complaint filed by Edward J. Gil, Jr. Signed by Magistrate Judge Julie S. Sneed on 7/30/2015. (JR)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
EDWARD J. GIL, JR.,
Case No: 8:15-cv-1003-T-36JSS
DAVID LEON, DAVID LEON, RANDY
KELLY, RANDY KELLY, CHRIS
NOCCO, COUNTY OF PASCO and
PASCO COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE,
THIS MATTER is before the Court on pro se Plaintiff’s Unopposed Motion for an
Extension of Time to File Responsive Pleadings, which includes a request to allow Plaintiff access
to the Court’s electronic filing system. (Dkt. 20.) Upon consideration, it is
1. To fully access the Court’s electronic filing system, Plaintiff must have Internet access,
an e-mail account, PDF capabilities, and a PACER account.
2. Plaintiff shall register for electronic filing by visiting the CM/ECF link on the Court’s
website at www.flmd.uscourts.gov. When filling out the request for a CM/ECF log in
and password, Plaintiff should insert 0000000 (seven zeros) when prompted to fill in a
Bar number. Plaintiff may contact the Clerk’s Office (813-301-5400) if assistance is
needed in registering for CM/ECF.
3. Once registered, Plaintiff shall complete the CM/ECF program tutorial on the Court’s
Plaintiff also shall become familiar with and follow the policies and
procedures set forth in the Administrative Procedures for Electronic Filing, which is
available under the CM/ECF link on the Court’s website.
4. In alternative to filing electronically, Plaintiff is permitted to mail hard copies of his
filings to the Clerk of the Court instead of filing in person at the courthouse.
DONE and ORDERED in Tampa, Florida on July 30, 2015.
Copies furnished to:
Counsel of Record
Plaintiff, Pro Se
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