Jones (ID 59073) v. Kansas, State of et al
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|May 14, 2014
ORDER ENTERED: Petitioner's motions 4 & 7 for leave to proceed in forma puaperis are denied as not supported by the requisite certified accounting. Petitioner's motion 8 for leave to request for admission is denied as premature and moot. This action is dismissed and all relief is denied for failure to allege facts sufficient to state a claim under 2241 and failure to show full and proper exhaustion of state remedies. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 05/14/14. (Mailed to pro se party Joseph Lee Jones by regular mail.) (smnd)
|April 1, 2014
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ENTERED: Petitioner is granted thirty (30) days in which to satisfy the filing fee requirement by either paying the fee of $5.00 or submitting a properly completed and supported motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis on court-approved forms. All conditions claims improperly raised are dismissed without prejudice; all 2254 claims raised, if any, are dismissed without prejudice for failure to state adequate grounds and facts in support and failure to exhaust stat e remedies. This action is construed as a petition for writ of habeas corpus pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2241. Within the same thirty-day period, petitioner is required to file a response in which he states sufficient facts to support a claim that revoca tion of his state parole was unconstitutional and in which he shows full and proper exhaustion of administrative and state court remedies on his claim regarding parole revocation, or this action will be dismissed. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 04/01/14. (Mailed to pro se party Joseph Lee Jones by regular mail.) (smnd)
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