Taylor v. Stephens
ORDER TO CORRECT DEFICIENT PLEADINGS(Signed by Judge George C Hanks, Jr) (Attachments: # 1 IFP application) Parties notified.(dperez, 3)
United States District Court
Southern District of Texas
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
LORIE DAVIS, Director, Texas
Department of Criminal Justice,
Correctional Institutions Division,
August 22, 2017
David J. Bradley, Clerk
CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:16-CV-13
ORDER TO CORRECT DEFICIENT PLEADINGS
Petitioner Dylan Taylor has filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus claiming
that his sentence for having a prohibited item in a correctional facility violated the
Double Jeopardy Clause. Because his prisoner trust fund account statement indicates that
he has ample funds to pay the $5.00 filing fee, Taylor is ORDERED to correct his
deficient pleadings within thirty (30) days of the date of this order.
Based on the financial information he submitted, Taylor must pay the filing fee of
$5.00 in the form of a money order or check issued by the prison unit on his behalf from
funds found in his inmate trust account, with the above-referenced case number written
on it, payable to the United States District Clerk, P.O. Drawer 2300, Galveston, Texas
77553. If, and only if, his financial circumstances have changed so drastically that he
cannot afford the filing fee, Taylor may file an updated application to proceed in forma
pauperis using the attached form (or a similar form available at the prison).
Taylor is advised to comply to the best of his ability. Taylor is also admonished
that if he fails to comply on time, then the Court may dismiss this case for want of
prosecution, pursuant to Rule 41(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, without
The Clerk will provide a copy of this Order to the parties. The Clerk will also
provide to the petitioner a copy of the standard application for leave to proceed in forma
SIGNED at Galveston, Texas, this 22nd day of August, 2017.
George C. Hanks Jr.
United States District Judge
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