Corder, Lewis v. Waldera, Duane et al
ORDER denying 7 Motion to Waive Initial Partial Filing Fee. Initial partial filing fee due 8/31/2015. Signed by Magistrate Judge Peter A. Oppeneer on 8/7/2015. (elc),(ps)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
LEWIS EARL CORDER, III,
Case No. 15-cv-352-bbc
DUANE M. WALDERA, et al.,
Plaintiff Lewis Corder originally had a deadline of July 6, 2015 to pay the initial
partial payment of the filing fee in this case. On July 17, 2015, this court extended the
deadline to August 10, 2015. Now plaintiff has submitted a letter request to waive the
initial partial filing fee. Plaintiff’s request will denied without prejudice.
The account statement that plaintiff filed with his complaint shows that he
receives regular deposits to his inmate account. Because plaintiff may be able to make
the initial partial payment from the next deposits made to his account, plaintiff may have
until August 31, 2015 to pay the $16.00 initial partial filing fee. If plaintiff is unable to
pay the initial partial payment by then, he is free to renew his request to waive the initial
partial filing fee, but he must support his request with a recent inmate account statement.
Plaintiff should show a copy of this order to jail officials to insure that they are aware
that they should send plaintiff’s initial partial payment to this court.
IT IS ORDERED that,
Plaintiff Lewis Corder’s request to waive the initial partial filing fee in this case
is DENIED without prejudice.
Plaintiff may have a second enlargement of time, to
August 31, 2015, to pay the $16.00 initial partial filing fee in this case.
If, by August 31, 2015, plaintiff fails to make the initial partial payment or
support a renewed request for waiver, plaintiff will be held to have withdrawn this action
voluntarily and the case will be closed without prejudice to plaintiff's filing this case at a
Entered this 7th day of August, 2015.
BY THE COURT:
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