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Ibrahim v. State of New Jersey Attorney General

United States District Court, D. New Jersey

January 15, 2019

JAMEEL IBRAHIM, Plaintiff,
v.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY ATTORNEY GENERAL, ESSEX COUNTY PROBATION SERVICES DIVISION, NEW JERSEY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS, and NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES, Defendants.

          MEMORANDUM OPINION

          HON. KEVIN McNULTY, U.S.D.J.

         Plaintiff Jameel Ibrahim brings this action, pro se, against the State of New Jersey Attorney General, Essex County Probation Services Division, New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts, and New Jersey Department of Human Services, seeking to vacate a New Jersey state court order requiring him to pay child support. He alleges that the defendants coerced him into taking a paternity test that was then used as the basis for the child support order.

         A number of motions, or pleadings docketed as motions, are pending:

1. Motion to dismiss complaint of defendants N.J. Dep't of Human Services and N.J. State Attorney General (DE 17)
2. Motion to dismiss complaint of defendants Essex County Probation Services Division, N.J. Administrative Office of the Courts (DE 18)
3. Plaintiffs Notice to Motion for objection dismissal summary judgment (DE 20)
4. Plaintiffs Motion upon DEFENDANT'S Notice to Motion for objection dismissal summary judgment (DE 24)
5. Plaintiffs Motion upon DEFENDANT'S Notice to Motion for objection dismissal summary judgment (DE 26)
6. Plaintiffs Motion for Leave to Amend federal rule 15 Amend. (DE 27)
7. Plaintiffs Judicial review Motion upon DEFENDANT'S Notice to Motion for objection dismissal Injunction Summary Judgment, etc. (DE 29)[1]

         Defendants moved to dismiss the Complaint on jurisdictional grounds and for failure to state a claim pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6). For the reasons explained in this opinion, I will grant the Defendants' motion and dismiss the Complaint.

         I. Factual Background

         Plaintiffs Complaint alleges the following facts. For purposes of a Rule 12(b)(6) motion, the allegations of the Complaint are assumed to be true. See Section II.A, infra.

         The Complaint is predicated upon a child support order issued by a New Jersey state court. (DE 1 ¶ 1). Mr. Ibrahim is seeking "to vacate the child support order" under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(b). (Id. ΒΆ 12). Plaintiffs exhibits indicate that he is the father of a child born in March, 2000, and that, at least from April ...


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