Roberson v. People of the State of California
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|July 14, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Allison Claire on 7/13/2017 DENYING without prejudice 7 Motion to Stay. Within 30 days of this order, petitioner may file motion for stay and abeyance under Rhines. If petitioner does not file a motion for stay or if he does not address all three Rhines factors, the court will proceed to order service of the petition without a stay and any unexhausted claims will be subject to dismissal unless the respondent explicitly waives the exhaustion requirement.(Henshaw, R)
|June 13, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Allison Claire on 6/13/2017 GRANTING petitioner's 5 motion to proceed IFP. Within 30 days, petitioner shall either (1) advise the court that he has exhausted his state court remedies or that they were unavai lable to him or (2) file a motion for stay and abeyance under Rhines while he returns to state court to exhaust his state court remedies. If petitioner does not respond to this order, the court will proceed to order service of the petition without a stay and any unexhausted claims will be subject to dismissal unless the respondent explicitly waives the exhaustion requirement. (Yin, K)
|March 27, 2017
ORDER signed by Magistrate Judge Allison Claire on 03/24/17 ordering petitioner shall submit within 30 days from service of this order, an application in support of his request to proceed in forma pauperis provided by the clerk of the court or the appropriate filing fee. The clerk of the court is directed to send petitioner a copy of the in forma pauperis form used by this district. (Plummer, M)
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