Kayser, Christian v. Hughes, Jason et al
ORDER on ifp request: Initial partial filing fee of $ 15.43 assessed. Initial partial filing fee due 6/12/2023. Signed by Magistrate Judge Andrew R. Wiseman on 5/19/2023. (jef),(ps)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
CHRISTIAN ROTH KAYSER,
JASON HUGHES and MODOU HNGUM,
Case No. 23-cv-281-wmc
As proof of indigence, plaintiff has filed a certified copy of a six-month resident
account statement so that the court can calculate what amount of money, if any, plaintiff
would have to prepay toward the filing fee. After considering the motion and supporting
documentation, the court concludes that plaintiff qualifies for indigent status.
Using information for the relevant time period from plaintiff’s resident account
statement, I calculate plaintiff’s initial partial filing fee to be $15.43. For this case to
proceed, plaintiff must submit this amount on or before June 12, 2023.
IT IS ORDERED that:
The motion filed by plaintiff Christian Roth Kayser for leave to proceed
without prepayment of the filing fee is GRANTED. Plaintiff is assessed $15.43 as an initial
partial payment of the $350.00 fee for filing this case as an indigent litigant. Plaintiff shall
submit a check or money order made payable to the “Clerk of Court” in the amount of
$15.43 on or before June 12, 2023. If plaintiff fails to comply as directed or show cause
of failure to do so, the court will assume that plaintiff does not wish to proceed and this
case will be dismissed without prejudice to plaintiff filing the case at a later date.
No further action will be taken in this case until the clerk’s office receives
plaintiff’s initial partial filing fee as directed above and the court has screened the
complaint as required by 28 U.S.C. § 1915(e)(2). Once the screening process is complete,
a separate order will issue.
Entered this 19th day of May, 2023.
BY THE COURT:
ANDREW R. WISEMAN
United States Magistrate Judge
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