Campbell et al v. Wells Fargo Bank, NA et al
ORDER denying 32 Motion for access to PACER to obtain copies as needed from the Court and access to PACER free of charge. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 8/13/2014. Sent a certified copy to the plaintiff via US mail. (Edwards, S.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
JERRY CAMPBELL, SR.,
and KAREN CAMPBELL,
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., et al.,
On May 29, 2014, pro se plaintiffs filed a motion for access to PACER ''to obtain copies as
needed from the Court and access to PACER free of charge as indicated ...." See [D.E. 32].
Plaintiffs have access to the CMIECF system to review the court's docket and their case through the
public access terminals in the clerk's office. However, the rules of this court prohibit plaintiffs from
electronic filing with this court. Local Civil Ru1e 5.1 states:
(b) Registered User.
Only an attorney who is registered in CMIECF may file documents electronically.
Registration constitutes written consent to service of all documents by electronic
means as provided by the Federal Ru1es and the Policy Manual.
(f) Exceptions to Electronic Filing.
Documents filed by a party who is not represented by an attorney permitted to
practice in the Eastern District ofNorth Carolina and registered in CMIECF, and
those documents listed in Section H of the Policy Manual, shall be filed in paper, and
are excluded from electronic filing. Any document filed in paper that is not exempt
pursuant to this section must be accompanied by a motion for leave to file the
document and a proposed order. When filed in paper form, the document must
contain the original signature of the attorney or each unrepresented party, and must
be served upon opposing parties as provided in Fed. R. Civ. P. 5(b).
See Local Civil Rule 5 .1.
Plaintiffs' motion for free access to PACER is DENIED.
SO ORDERED. This 1.3_ day of August 2014.
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