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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Jun 22, 2022
As a freelancer, you will encounter situations that require mutual agreements with your clients. A business contract can set out expectations for both parties, ensuring there is no ambiguity related to…
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May 03, 2022
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Apr 04, 2022
If you have been involved in a Georgia car accident, there are expected and unexpected costs. The former will include vehicle repairs, medical bills and loss of earnings. However, there are several potential…
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Mar 22, 2022
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