United States District Court, D. Hawaii
ORDER FOR CLARIFICATION
Oki Mollway Judge
the court is pro se Plaintiff Keoni Jaentsch's pleading,
which was received from the District Court of the First
Circuit, State of Hawaii on January 23, 2019. Because
Jaentsch's pleading is on a Hawaii District Court
“Complaint (Personal Injury/Property Damage)”
form, but included a federal Civil Cover Sheet (JS 44) with
his Complaint, it remains unclear in which court Jaentsch
intended to open a new case.
is ORDERED to clarify his intent in writing on or before
February 19, 2019, in light of the discussion below.
Jaentsch v. Puha, et al., No. 1:18-cv-00073
February 26, 2018, Jaentsch filed Jaentsch v. Puha,
No. 1:18 cv 00073 HG KSC (D. Haw. 2018) in this court, while
he was incarcerated by the State of Hawaii at the Oahu
Community Correctional Center (OCCC).
March 9, 2018, Jaentsch was released from state custody.
See State v. Jaentsh, Cr. No. 16 1 0066 (Haw. 1st
March 23, 2018, this federal district court dismissed the
Complaint in part, with leave granted to amend. OCCC, the
state prison facility, thereafter returned the March 23, 2018
Order as undeliverable due to Jaentsch's release.
April 30, 2018, Jaentsch filed a notice of change of address
indicating that he had been released, and the Clerk resent
the March 23, 2018 Order to Jaentsch's new address of
17, 2018, Jaentsch filed an Amended Complaint and another
notice of change of address, indicating that he was still out
1, 2018, this court dismissed the Amended Complaint in part
and directed the Clerk to send Jaentsch service documents so
that he could effect service on Defendants Taguchi and
Suzuki. The Clerk issued the summonses and sent them with
waivers of service of summons documents to Jaentsch's
address of record on June 7, 2018.
September 21, 2018, after more than ninety days had passed,
this court issued an Order directing Jaentsch to show proof
of service on or before October 10, 2018, or risk dismissal
of the case.
October 15, 2018, after Jaentsch failed to respond or provide
proof of service, this court dismissed the action.
December 6, 2018, Jaentsch filed a notice of change of
address indicating that he was in State of Hawaii custody at
the Halawa Correctional Facility (HCF). On December 26, 2018,
he acknowledged that he had failed to provide proof of