Sheneman v. Brook et al
OPINION AND ORDER: This case is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE for non-payment of the filing fee; ORDERING plaintiff to pay (and the facility having custody of him to automatically remit) to the clerk 20% of the money he receives for each calendar month during which he receives $10 or more, until the $400 filing fee is paid in full; DIRECTING the clerk to create a ledger for receipt of these funds; DIRECTING clerk to mail a copy of this order to each facility where the plaintiff is housed until the filing fee has been paid in full. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 4/4/17. (Copy mailed to pro se party and Superintendent, Financial)(jld)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA
SOUTH BEND DIVISION
BARBARA BROOK, et al.,
Cause No. 3:17-CV-124 JD
OPINION and ORDER
Michael Sheneman, a pro se prisoner, was granted until March 16, 2017, to pay the $400.00
filing fee. He was cautioned that if he did not respond by that deadline, this case would be
dismissed without further notice. That deadline has passed, but he has not paid the filing fee.
For these reasons, the court:
(1) DISMISSES this case WITHOUT PREJUDICE for non-payment of the filing fee;
(2) ORDERS the plaintiff, Michael Sheneman, BOP # 11310-027, to pay (and the facility
having custody of him to automatically remit) to the clerk of this court 20 percent of the money he
receives for each calendar month during which he receives $10.00 or more, until the $400.00 filing
fee is paid in full;
(3) DIRECTS the clerk to create a ledger for receipt of these funds; and
(4) DIRECTS the clerk of court to ensure that a copy of this order is mailed to each facility
where the plaintiff is housed until the filing fee has been paid in full.
ENTERED: April 4, 2017
/s/ JON E. DEGUILIO
United States District Judge
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