Marshall Sewell, Jr. v. Lovelace et al

Filing 16

ORDER Regarding Plaintiff's Address. Signed by District Judge Laurie J. Michelson. (DAll)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION CALVIN EUNICE MARSHALL SEWELL, JR., Plaintiff, Case No. 23-11623 Honorable Laurie J. Michelson v. LINDA LOVELACE, et al., Defendants. ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFF’S ADDRESS On July 2, 2024, the parties participated in this Court’s Pro Se Prisoner Mediation Program. At the conference, it was discovered that Plaintiff has recently been transferred from the Bellamy Creek Correctional Facility to the Chippewa Correctional Facility1. When a prisoner-plaintiff is moved to another facility, this Court’s local rules require that “[i]f there is a change in the contact information, that person promptly must file and serve a notice with the new contact information. The failure to file promptly current contact information may subject that person or party to appropriate sanctions, which may include dismissal, default judgment and costs.” E.D. Mich. LR 11.2. This is confirmed by Michigan Department of Correction’s website: https://mdocweb.state.mi.us/otis2/otis2profile.aspx?mdocNumber=732012 1 Given the information about Plaintiff’s new contact information that was disclosed during the mediation, the Court will update the docket with the Plaintiff’s current address. Plaintiff is reminded and advised that, going forward, it is his responsibility to timely notify the Court of any future changes in his contact information. Failure to follow the rules of the Court can adversely affect his case. Therefore, the Court ORDERS the Clerk's Office to update Plaintiff’s address to Chippewa Correctional Facility, 4269 W. M-80, Kincheloe, MI 49784. SO ORDERED. Dated: July 3, 2024 s/Laurie J. Michelson LAURIE J. MICHELSON UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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