Day v. Day, 510 U.S. 1 (1993) (per curiam)
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
OCTOBER TERM, 1993
DAY v. DAY
on motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis
No. 92-8788. Decided October 12, 1993*
Since this Court's Rule 39.8 was first invoked in June 1993 to deny pro se petitioner Day in forma pauperis status, he has filed eight more petitions for certiorari, all of them demonstrably frivolous.
Held: Day is denied leave to proceed in forma pauperis in the instant cases, and the Clerk is directed not to accept any further petitions for certiorari from him in noncriminal matters unless he pays the required docketing fee and submits his petition in compliance with this Court's Rule 33. This order will free the Court's limited resources to consider the claims of those petitioners who, unlike Day, have not abused the certiorari process.
Pro se petitioner Roy A. Day requests leave to proceed in forma pauperis under Rule 39 of this Court. We deny this request pursuant to Rule 39.8. Day is allowed until November 2, 1993, within which to pay the docketing fees required by Rule 38 and to submit his petitions in compliance with
*Together with No. 92-8792, Day v. Bekiempis, No. 92-8888, Day v. Heinrich et al., No. 92-8905, Day v. GAF Building Materials Corp., No. 92-8906, Day v. Clinton et al., No. 92-9018, Day v. Black et al., No. 92-9101, Day v. Deason et al., and No. 93-5430, Day v. Day, also on motions for leave to proceed in forma pauperis.
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