Marbury v. Strafford County Department of Corrections, Medical Department et al
ORDER granting 6 MOTION to Proceed In Forma Pauperis with Financial Affidavit and Prisoner Consent Form filed by Raymond G. Marbury, initial fee of $5.50. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge Landya B. McCafferty.Finance Follow Up Deadline 12/17/2012(jeb)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
Civil No. 12-cv-339-JL
Strafford County Department of
Corrections Medical Department, et al.
ORDER GRANTING MOTION TO PROCEED
IN FORMA PAUPERIS
The plaintiff, an inmate at FCI Schuylkill (“Institution”), has filed a motion to proceed in
forma pauperis in the above-captioned case, which is accompanied by a certificate signed by an
authorized individual from the Institution. The certificate evidences that over the last six months,
the plaintiff’s average deposits have been $2.80 and the plaintiff’s average monthly balance has been
$55.00. Plaintiff has also submitted a signed consent form indicating consent to permit inmate
accounts to make court-ordered payments on his behalf.
The motion to proceed in forma pauperis is GRANTED; however, pursuant to 28 U.S.C.
§ 1915(b)(1), an initial filing fee is assessed in the amount of $5.50. In addition, monthly
payments of 20% of each preceding month’s income credited to the plaintiff’s account shall be
remitted by the Institution when the amount in the account exceeds $10.00 until the sum of $350.00
has been paid. 28 U.S.C. § 1915(b)(2).
The initial partial filing fee, and monthly payments thereafter as outlined above, shall be
forwarded to the Clerk of Court by the Institution in accordance with this Order. A copy of this
Order, along with a copy of the signed Prisoner Consent Form (doc. no. 6), shall be forwarded by
the Court to the Institutions inmate account department.
Landya B. McCafferty
United States Magistrate Judge
Dated: October 17, 2012
cc: Raymond Marbury, pro se
FCI Schuylkill Inmate Accounts
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