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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Jan 03, 2022
Although difficult divorces do sometimes happen in real life, the reality is many couples mutually decide to dissolve the relationship. Although still a challenging time, the separating couple can often…
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Dec 06, 2021
Getting into a crash where another driver or passenger dies may result in alleged vehicular homicide, depending on the circumstances of the accident. If you have been accused of this serious crime, seeking…
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Nov 01, 2021
The American economy depends so much on the trucking industry, but sometimes you may find yourself on the receiving end of a traffic violation or other infraction. If you believe you received a ticket…
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Oct 04, 2021
Divorce is difficult for everyone, but if there are children involved, it is crucial to ensure a proper parenting plan is in place, especially as the holiday season draws near. A well-written parenting…
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