Court of Appeals Decisions
Furrow v. BOP, No. 10-1628, 2011 WL 1740067 (7th Cir. May 4, 2011) (unpublished disposition). Holding: Vacating district court's decision dismissing the action on mootness grounds; and remanding for further proceedings. The Seventh Circuit notes that "[a]fter [plaintiff] filed his notice of appeal in this litigation, he disqualified himself from proceeding in forma pauperis in future civil litigation by incurring four recent litigation 'strikes' under 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g)" and accordingly, "[a]bsent a showing of imminent danger, [he] must prepay all filing and docketing fees before initiating any new lawsuit or appeal."