McFarlane, Ross v. Remedy Intelligent Staffing et al
ORDER denying plaintiff's request to waive or postpone the initial partial payment without prejudice. Plaintiff may have until May 7, 2018, to submit a check or money order madepayable to the clerk of court in the amount of $1.54 Signed by Magistrate Judge Peter A. Oppeneer on 4/16/2018. (jef),(ps)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
ROSS ANDREW MCFARLANE,
Case No. 18-cv-226-bbc
REMEDY INTELLIGENT STAFFING, et al.
On April 2, 2018, this court entered an order directing plaintiff Ross Andrew
McFarlane to submit by April 24, 2018 an initial partial payment of the filing fee in the
amount of $197.00. Now plaintiff has submitted a letter asking to either waive the fee or to
postpone payment to after he is released from custody because he says that the institution’s
business office will not let him use his work release account funds to pay the initial partial
filing fee. The interview/information request that plaintiff submitted with his letter supports
this statement. Because plaintiff cannot access to his work release funds, I will re-assess
plaintiff’s initial partial filing fee using only plaintiff’s regular and release account.
Plaintiff’s initial partial payment is re-calculated to $1.54 Plaintiff may have until
May 7, 2018 to pay this initial partial payment. If plaintiff does not have enough money to
make the initial partial payment from plaintiff’s regular account, plaintiff should arrange with
authorities to pay the remainder from plaintiff’s release account
IT IS ORDERED that,
Plaintiff Ross Andrew McFarlane’s request to waive or postpone the initial
partial payment is DENIED without prejudice.
Plaintiff may have until May 7, 2018, to submit a check or money order made
payable to the clerk of court in the amount of $1.54 If by May 7, 2018, plaintiff fails to
make the initial partial payment or show cause for failure to do so, plaintiff will be held to
have withdrawn this action voluntarily and the case will be closed without prejudice to
plaintiff filing at a later date.
Entered this 16th day of April, 2018.
BY THE COURT:
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