Posey v. Rogers et al
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|September 7, 2016
OPINION Adopting 24 Report and Recommendation of the U.S. Magistrate Judge. The petitioner's application for habeas corpus relief is dismissed, with prejudice, as untimely. In the event that the petitioner seeks to pursue an appeal, a certificate of appealability is denied. Signed by Judge John W. deGravelles on 09/07/2016. (NLT)
|April 28, 2015
ORDER: Within thirty (30) days of the date of this Order, the Warden ofthe LA Correctional Institute for Women, Jim Rogers, shall file with the Clerk of this Court an affidavit describing the prison mailing system as it operated in October, 2008. Wit hin thirty (30) days of the date of this Order, thepetitioner shall file with the Clerk of this Court any documentation within her possession or control that may support her contention that she placed an application for supervisory review addressed t o the Louisiana Supreme Court into the prison mail system on or about October 14, 2008. The affidavit of Warden Rogers shall also provide information regarding inmate Poseys prison account during the month of October and November, 2008, specifically including information concerning purchases or expenditures for postage charges. The Clerk of Court shall mail copies of the following documents to Warden Jim Rogers at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women: (1) A copy of this Order; and(2) A copy of Inmate Poseys purported cover letter addressed to the Louisiana Supreme Court, dated October 14, 2008 (R. Doc. 12-1, p. 1). Signed by Magistrate Judge Richard L. Bourgeois, Jr on 04/28/2015. (BCL)
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