Apelt, et al v. Ryan, et al
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|April 20, 2012
ORDER granting 220 Petitioner's Motion to Construe Petitioner's Request for Certificate of Appealability. The Clerk of Court shall treat Petitioner's Certificate of Appealability, filed June 29, 2011, as a Notice of Appeal and shall process said Notice of Appeal forthwith. Signed by Chief Judge Roslyn O Silver on 4/20/12.(DMT)
|September 13, 2011
ORDER lifting the stay of Petitioner's sentencing claims (Doc. 147), dismissing Petitioner's sentencing-related claims as moot, and denying with prejudice Petitioner's amended petition for habeas corpus relief (Doc. 39). The Clerk s hall enter judgment accordingly. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED granting 217 Petitioner's Motion for Certificate of Appealability on the following issue: Whether Claim 4, alleging that Petitioner's right to effective assistance of counsel under the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments was violated by trial counsel failing to investigate the opinions his expert witness, Dr. Vincent DeMaio, before calling him to testify, fails on the merits. Signed by Chief Judge Roslyn O Silver on 9/13/11. (LSP)
|May 23, 2011
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - that no later than fifteen (15) days after the filing date of this Order, Petitioner shall show cause in writing why the stay of his sentencing claims should not be lifted, the claims dismissed as moot, and judgment entered. Unl ess otherwise directed by the Court, Respondents shall not file a response. The Clerk of Court shall update the title of this case to reflect the substitution of Charles L. Ryan as the Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections. Signed by Chief Judge Roslyn O Silver on 5/20/11. (DMT)
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