Lewis v. State of Nevada
||Camille Bylo Lewis
||State of Nevada
||May 1, 2013
||Nevada District Court
||Las Vegas Office
||Miranda M. Du
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Statutory Actions
|Cause of Action:
||16:3373 Appeal of Decision - DOI
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 24, 2014
ORDER that Petitioner shall either pay the $5.00 filing fee or submit a properly completed pauper application within 30 days. The Federal Public Defender shall be provisionally appointed as counsel and shall have 30 days to underta ke direct representation of petitioner or to indicate an inability to do so. Respondents' counsel shall enter a notice of appearance within 21 days. Signed by Judge Miranda M. Du on 7/24/2014. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF; CC: AG, FPD, Petitioner - SLR)
|October 6, 2014
ORDER that the Federal Public Defender is formally appointed to represent petitioner. Counsel for petitioner shall meet with petitioner as soon as reasonably possible, if counsel has not already done so. Petitioner shall have 120 days from the date of entry of this order, to file and serve on respondents an amended petition for writ of habeas corpus. Respondents shall have 30 days after service of an amended petition within which to answer. Petitioner shall have 30 days after service of the answer to file and serve a reply. Signed by Judge Miranda M. Du on 10/6/2014. (Copies have been distributed pursuant to the NEF - SLR)
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