GAY et al v. CAMDEN COUNTY JAIL et al
MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Chief Judge Jerome B. Simandle on 10/5/2016. (tf, n.m.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
RODNEY GAY, MARVIN POLLITT, and
No. 16-6393 (JBS-AMD)
CAMDEN COUNTY JAIL BOARD OF
SIMANDLE, Chief District Judge
Plaintiffs Rodney Gay, Marvin Pollitt, and Chris Ackley
seek to bring this civil action in forma pauperis (“IFP”),
without prepayment of fees or security. IFP Application, Docket
Plaintiffs submitted one, incomplete application. Id.
Before this complaint may be filed, each Plaintiff must file a
complete IFP application with the Court. See Hagan v. Rogers,
570 F.3d 146, 155-56 (3d Cir. 2009); El Ameen Bey v. Stumpf, 825
F. Supp. 2d 537, 551 (D.N.J. 2011). The Court will therefore
deny the application to proceed in forma pauperis without
prejudice. Moreover, Plaintiffs Pollitt and Ackley have not
provided the Court with an address at which they may receive
communications from the Court. They must provide a contact
address along with their IFP application,1 or they will be
terminated from the action under Local Civil Rule 10.1(a).
An appropriate order follows.
October 5, 2016
s/ Jerome B. Simandle
JEROME B. SIMANDLE
Chief U.S. District Judge
The complaint states these two plaintiffs are homeless. If they
are unable to provide an address at which they can receive
communications from the Court and opposing parties, they must
either create an email account and submit a Consent &
Registration Form to Receive Documents Electronically, or submit
an affidavit stating they will return to the Clerk’s Office on a
weekly basis to check on the status of their case.
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