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16-50175 - Reiman(John Doe) v. Hanley et al


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16-50175 - Reiman(John Doe) v. Hanley et al
October 4, 2016
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ORDER : Plaintiff's renewed application for leave to proceed in forma pauperis 7 is granted. The court orders the trust fund officer at plaintiff's place of incarceration to deduct $7.60 from plaintiff's account for payment to the Clerk of Court as an initial partial payment of the filing fee, and to continue making monthly deductions in accordance with this order. The Clerk of Court shall send a copy of this order to the trust fund officer at the Stateville Correctional Center. Plaintiff's motion to proceed as a John Doe 5 is denied. Plaintiff may proceed with claims against Defendants Hanley, Hoffman, Gomez, Hardy, and Lohiser as outlined in this order. All other claims and defendants are dismissed for the reasons stated in this order. The court further directs the Clerk of Court to: (1) file plaintiff's complaint 1; (2) correct the spelling of plaintiff's last name on the docket to "Reimann"; (3) issue summonses for service on defendants Hanley, Hoffman, Gomez, Hardy, and Lohiser by the U.S. Marshal; and (4) send plaintiff five blank USM-285 service forms, a magistrate judge consent form, filing instructions, and a copy of this order. The court advises plaintiff that a completed USM-285 (service) form is required for each named defendant. The U.S. Marshal will not attempt service on a defendant unless and until the required forms are received. The U.S. Marshal is appointed to serve the defendants. Plaintiff's motion for attorney representation 4 is denied without prejudice to renewal later in this case. [See STATEMENT] Signed by the Honorable Philip G. Reinhard on 10/4/2016. Mailed notice (jp, )