Hammonds v. Allen (DEATH PENALTY)

Case Number: 1:2005cv00831
Filed: August 29, 2005
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Dothan Office
Referring Judge: Wallace Capel
Presiding Judge: Mark E. Fuller
Nature of Suit: Death Penalty - Habeas Corpus
Cause of Action: 28:2254 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)
Jury Demanded By: None

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March 24, 2015 138 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: Before the court is Petitioner Artez Hammondss Rule 59(e) Motion to Reconsider, Alter, or Amend this Courts Final Judgment and Grant an Evidentiary Hearing. (Doc. 130 .) At the time the court entered its March 27, 2012 opinion and final judgment, the Respondent was Kim Tobias Thomas, Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Corrections. He has since been replaced in this position by Billy Sharp. Accordingly, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 25(d), Sharp is substituted as Respondent in this action, and Kim Tobias Thomas is terminated as a party. For the reasons explained above, there is no merit to Hammonds's motion. Therefore, the court declines to hold an evidentiary hearing, and it is ORDERED that Hammonds's 130 Motion is DENIED as further set out in the opinion and order. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 3/24/2015. (dmn, )

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