Scotton v. Johns
||Rogerio Chaves Scotton
||February 3, 2017
||US District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
||R. Stan Baker
||Lisa G. Wood
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||28 U.S.C. § 2241
|Jury Demanded By:
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|December 5, 2017
ORDER ADOPTING 20 Report and Recommendations of the Magistrate Judge as the opinion of the Court, and OVERRULES Petitioner's Objections. The Court DISMISSES Petitioner's Petition for writ of habeas corpus, filed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2241. The Court DENIES Petitioner leave to appeal in forma pauperis. The Court DIRECTS the Clerk to enter the appropriate judgment of dismissal and to CLOSE this case. Signed by Judge Lisa G. Wood on 12/5/2017. (ca)
|September 19, 2017
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS of the Magistrate Judge that the Court DENY in part and DISMISS in part Scotton's 1 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, filed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2241, and DIRECT the Clerk to enter the appropriate judgment of dismissal and CLOSE this case. It is further RECOMMENDED that the Court DENY Scotton leave to proceed in forma pauperis on appeal. The Court ORDERS any party seeking to object to this Report and Recommendation to file specific written objections within fourteen (14) days of the date on which this Report and Recommendation is entered. (Objections to R&R due by 10/3/2017). ORDER directing service of the REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION of the Magistrate Judge. Signed by Magistrate Judge R. Stan Baker on 9/19/2017. (ca)
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