Hammack v. Werlich
Petitioner: Randall A. Hammack
Respondent: T.G. Werlich
Case Number: 3:2019cv00956
Filed: September 3, 2019
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
Presiding Judge: Nancy J Rosenstengel
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus (General)
Cause of Action: 28:2241
Jury Demanded By: None
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Date Filed Document Text
September 3, 2019 Opinion or Order Filing 3 NOTICE AND ORDER: The Court has received your Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus and a motion to proceed without prepayment of the filing fee. Your case number is 19-cv-956-NJR. The following is important information concerning the initial stages of your lawsuit. After your filing fee status is determined the Court will your petition to determine whether it survives preliminary review under Rule 4 and Rule 1(b) of the Rules Governing Section 2254 Cases in United States District Courts. The Court will conduct this review within the next 60 days and inform you of the findings in an Order. No other action will be taken in your case during this time, absent extraordinary circumstances. Therefore, you do not need to submit any evidence, argument, motions, or other documents. If you do not receive a preliminary review Order within the next 60 days, you may file a motion requesting the status of your case. If you filed a motion for recruitment of counsel, it will not be considered until the Court has completed the preliminary review of your petition. Please note that any motion for recruitment of counsel must include evidence of your own efforts to find counsel such as a list of the attorneys you contacted and copies of letters you sent or received. See Pruitt v. Mote, 503 F.3d 647, 654-55 (7th Cir. 2007). In the event your petition survives the preliminary review, the Court will instruct the respondent to file a response to the petition and you will be notified of your deadline to file a reply. In addition, several administrative matters warrant mention. Any communication directed to the Court should be in the form of a motion or other pleading and not a letter. All mail should be sent to: Clerk's Office, U.S. District Court, 750 Missouri Avenue, East St. Louis, IL 62201. A copy of the Notice and Consent to Proceed Before a Magistrate Judge form is attached to this Order. Finally, you are advised that if your address changes, you must notify the Court within seven days of the change by filing a Notice of Change of Address. Failure to do so could result in the dismissal of your case. Signed by Chief Judge Nancy J. Rosenstengel on 9/3/2019. (jsm2)
September 3, 2019 Filing 2 MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis by Randall A. Hammack. (jsm2)
September 3, 2019 Filing 1 PETITION for Writ of Habeas Corpus filed by Randall A. Hammack.(jsm2)

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