Ricard v Cain
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 29, 2010
Certificate of Appealability Denied. Signed by Chief Judge Ralph E. Tyson on 3/29/2010. (JDL, )
|March 23, 2010
ORDER: The petitioner has failed to respond to the Court's Order 16 , therefore, this proceeding shall be dismissed pursuant to Rose v Lundy, supra, for failure of the petitioner to exhaust state court remedies with regard to all of the claims asserted in his habeas petition. Signed by Chief Judge Ralph E. Tyson on 3/23/2010. (JDL, )
|February 19, 2010
RULING Adopting 14 Report and Recommendations of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. Petitioner is granted a period of 20 days within which to amend his petition to delete those claims which have not been previously presented to the state court. Further, this matter is referred back to the USMJ for further proceedings. Signed by Chief Judge Ralph E. Tyson on 2/18/10. (BP, )
|December 10, 2009
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS regarding 1 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus filed by Alfred Ricard, III. It is recommended that the petitioner be granted a period of 20 days from the date that the District Judge acts upon this Report and Recommendati on within which to amend his petition to delete those claims which have not been previously presented to the state court as stated herein. It further recommended that this matter be referred back for further proceedings. Objections to R&R due by 12/28/2009. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christine Noland on 12/10/2009. (CMM, )
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