Hudson v. Harpe
Petitioner: PHILIP HUDSON
Respondent: STEVEN HARPE
Case Number: 24-6030
Filed: February 21, 2024
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Prisoner Petitions - Habeas Corpus
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February 22, 2024 [11068955] Jurisdiction challenged. Appellant's memorandum brief due 03/14/2024 for Philip Hudson. The court suspends briefing on the merits pending further order of the court. Please see Order for additonal information. [24-6030] [Entered: 02/22/2024 04:06 PM]
February 21, 2024 [11068512] Prisoner case docketed. DATE RECEIVED: 02/20/2024. Notice of appearance due on 03/22/2024 for Philip Hudson. Notice of appearance due on 03/06/2024 for Steven Harpe. Fee or ifp forms due in district court 03/22/2024 for Philip Hudson. [24-6030] [Entered: 02/21/2024 11:26 AM]

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Petitioner: PHILIP HUDSON
Represented By: Philip Hudson
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Respondent: STEVEN HARPE
Represented By: Randall Don Young
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