Joseph v. Epps et al

Filing 7

ORDER re 5 Order Opsp2: Upon review of the pleadings and the Court records, it appears that a clerical error was made concerning the filing fee. The order (5-1)incorrectly referred to the filing fee amount as $250.00. However, effective Apri l 9, 2006, the filing fee in a civil action is $350.00. It is ordered that the Court Clerk mail a copy of this order to the plaintiff at his last known address, for the purpose of notifying the plaintiff of the clerical correction to this Court's April 17th, 2006 Order . Signed by Judge John M. Roper on 4-25-06. (vm, )

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Joseph v. Epps et al Doc. 7 Case 2:06-cv-00097-KS-MTP Document 7 Filed 04/25/2006 Page 1 of 1 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI HATTIESBURG DIVISION PHILLIP JOSEPH, #62612 VERSUS CHRISTOPHER EPPS, GAIL WILLIAMS, AND RONALD KING PLAINTIFF CIVIL ACTION NO. 2:06cv97KS-JMR DEFENDANTS ORDER T he plaintiff, an inmate currently incarcerated in South Mississippi Correctional Fac ility, filed this complaint on April 14, 2006, pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1983. Upon further review of the pleadings and the Court records in this cause, it appears that a clerical error was made concerning the filing fee in this Court's order of April 17, 2006 [5-1]. The order [5-1] incorrectly referred to the filing fee amount as $250.00. However, effective April 9, 2006, the filing fee in a civil action is $350.00. Accordingly, it is ORDERED: 1.) That the United States District Court is hereby directed to mail a copy of this order to the plaintiff at his last known address, for the purpose of notifying the plaintiff of the clerical correction to this Court's order of April 17, 2006 [5-1]. T HIS , the 25th day of April, 2006. s/John M. Roper CHIEF MAGISTRATE JUDGE Dockets.Justia.com

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