In a prisoner civil rights action, the court denied defendant's motion to revoke plaintiff's in forma pauperis (IFP) status and held that the Prison Litigation Reform Act, 28 U.S.C. section 1915(g), does not bar a prisoner from receiving IFP status on appeal of his "third-strike" dismissal and does not count as a "prior occasion" for purposes of IFP eligibility under the Act.

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Aug 28, 2019
A personal injury happens when a person’s mind, body, or emotions are injured as a result of the negligence or wrongful behavior of another person. An accident can happen in the blink of an eye whether…
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Jul 16, 2019
Georgia laws surrounding legitimation and paternity center on providing ways for fathers to establish legal relationships with their children. This is especially true when a child is born to parents who…
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Jun 27, 2019
Perhaps your loved one was attacked and later died at a hospital. Maybe a close friend was killed in a fatal car crash with a drunk driver. These are just a few examples of a personal injury scenario that…
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May 22, 2019
While there’s never an excuse to cause physical harm to another individual, if you’ve been arrested for spousal abuse, you deserve to know your options and what resources are available to help your case.…
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