United States District Court, W.D. Wisconsin
OPPENEER MAGISTRATE JUDGE.
Eric Thomas Wrhel has filed a proposed complaint. Plaintiff
seeks to commence this lawsuit without prepayment of the
filing fee pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915.
plaintiff's affidavit of indigency, I cannot determine
whether plaintiff qualifies for indigent status. The
affidavit indicates that plaintiff is unemployed, has no
income and is not married, however, plaintiff does not
include information regarding paying for basic living
expenses, such as food, clothing and shelter. Without this
information, I am unable to determine whether plaintiff
qualifies for indigent status. Therefore, I will provide
plaintiff with the opportunity to supplement the request for
leave to proceed without paying the filing fee by completing
the enclosed affidavit of indigency. When completing the
affidavit, plaintiff should take care to show how basic
necessities are paid, and include plaintiff's actual
gross monthly income from all sources for the last 12 months.
ORDERED that plaintiff Eric Thomas Wrhel, may have until
April 4, 2018, to amend and return the affidavit of
indigency, taking particular care to show how basic
necessities are paid, and include actual gross monthly income
from all sources for the last 12 months. If plaintiff fails
to provide this requested financial information, then the
court will deny the request for leave to proceed without
prepayment of the filing fee for failure to show indigency.
STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF
REQUEST TO PROCEED IN DISTRICT COURT WITHOUT PREPAYING
THE FILING FEE
the following questions to the best of your ability.
If you do not tell the truth, the court may dismiss your
you employed? [ ] Yes [ ] No
you married? [ ] Yes [ ] No
“Yes, ” is your spouse employed? [ ] Yes [ ] No
you have any dependents that you are ...