-BLM Meyer v. Tilton

Petitioner: Keven Meyer
Respondent: James Tilton
Case Number: 3:2003cv01878
Filed: September 22, 2009
Court: California Southern District Court
Office: San Diego Office
Presiding Judge: John A. Houston
Referring Judge: Barbara Lynn Major
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus (General)
Cause of Action: 28:2254 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (State)

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September 22, 2009 94 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER denying 89 Petitioner's Request for a Certificate of Appealability. Signed by Judge John A. Houston on 9/21/2009. (Order electronically transmitted to US Court of Appeals. USCA Case No. 09-56367. All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service). (akr)

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