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Longoria v. Davis

United States District Court, Seventh Circuit

December 10, 2013

SALVADOR LONGORIA, Plaintiffs,
v.
RANDY J. DAVIS, C/O PEYTON, C/O HARBISON, and CHARLES DINTLEMAN, Defendants.

ORDER

MICHAEL J. REAGAN, District Judge.

On December 9, 2013 (yesterday), the undersigned judge denied pro se Plaintiff Salvador Longoria's motion because it lacked the decorum expected of parties. ( See Doc. 117). The Court further indicated it was willing to address any requests made by Plaintiff, but that "he should submit those requests with the propriety and decorum expected of a party addressing the federal courts." ( Id. ).

Within five hours of the entry of yesterday's order, another motion from Plaintiff was docketed. It appears that motion was crafted well before the entry of the Court's order: it contains many of the same frivolous assertions (and uses the same tone) as his previously denied motion. The Court therefore DENIES without prejudice Mr. Longoria's motion (Doc. 118) for the same reasons articulated in yesterday's Order, and again invites him to file a more decorous motion should he wish to raise the issue of his filing fees.

IT IS SO ORDERED.


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