Gulbrandson v. Ryan
Case Number: 07-99012
Filed: May 14, 2007
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus: Death Penalty


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Date Filed Description
March 18, 2013 Summary Gulbrandson v. Ryan
October 28, 2013 Summary GULBRANDSON V. RYAN

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October 28, 2013 Opinion or Order Filing 9025447693 Filed order and amended opinion (DOROTHY W. NELSON, JOHNNIE B. RAWLINSON and SANDRA S. IKUTA). Amending Disposition Opinion AFFIRMED in 07-99012; DENIED in 09-72779The opinion and dissent filed on March 18, 2013, are amended. The superseding amended opinion and dissent will be filed concurrently with this order. With these amendments, a majority of the panel has voted to deny appellant s petition for panel rehearing. Judge Nelson would grant the petition. Judge Rawlinson and Judge Ikuta voted to deny the petition for rehearing en banc. Judge Nelson recommended granting it. The petition for rehearing en banc was circulated to the judges of the court, and no judge requested a vote for en banc consideration. The petition for rehearing and the petition for rehearing en banc are DENIED. No further petitions for rehearing or petitions for rehearing en banc will be entertained. [8838481] [07-99012, 09-72779]
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