Jones v. Kansas, State of et al
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|April 3, 2014
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ENTERED: Petitioner's motion 8 to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. This action is dismissed and all relief is denied, without prejudice, due to petitioner's failure to show full and proper of exhaustion of state court remedies. A certificate of appealability is denied. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 04/03/14. (Mailed to pro se party Joseph Lee Jones by regular mail.) (smnd)
|November 27, 2012
ORDER ENTERED: Petitioner is given thirty (30) days in which to file a proper motion to proceed in forma pauperis upon court-approved forms that has the requisite financial information attached. Within the same thirty-day period, petitioner is requ ired to cure the deficiences in this petition by submitting an amended petition upon court-provided forms in which he challenges his conviction and or sentence in Case No. 11-CR-523 only, states all grounds together with all facts in support, and sho ws that he has properly and fully exhausted state court remedies on all his claims. Petitioner's challenges to his conviction or sentence in Case No. 12-CR-1469 are premature and are dismissed without prejudice. Petitioner's challenge to his sentence and good time credit computation is dismissed without prejudice. Petitioner's motion 4 for injunctive relief is denied and his supplemental materials in documents 3 and 5 will not be considered further because all his claims and allegations must be presented in his amended petition. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 11/27/2012. (Mailed to pro se party Joseph Lee Jones by regular mail.) (smnd)
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