Iryzarry v. New Hampshire, State of et al
ORDER dismissing the case without prejudice as plaintiff has not returned the Prisoner Consent Form. So Ordered by Judge Joseph N. Laplante. (dae)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Civil No. 11-cv-249-JL
State of New Hampshire, et al.
By order dated 5/31/11, the court gave the plaintiff until 6/24/2011 to return an enclosed Prisoner
Consent Form and indicate whether he intended to incur the cost of the filing fee and proceed with this
action, or whether he intended not to proceed with this litigation at this time. The order expressly
informed the plaintiff that the failure to return the attached Prisoner Consent Form by the above
deadline would be interpreted as indicating the plaintiff’s desire to not proceed with this litigation
and would result in the dismissal of the complaint. As of this date, the plaintiff has not returned
the Prisoner Consent Form. Therefore, the complaint is dismissed without prejudice.
Joseph N. Laplante
United States District Judge
Dated: July 12, 2011
Charles Iryzarry, pro se
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