Hill v. Franklin Parish Detention Center
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|February 1, 2013
CERTIFICATE OF APPEALABILITY: IT IS ORDERED that Petitioner's 53 Motion for Certificate of Appealability is DENIED because the applicant has failed to make a substantial showing of the denial of a constitutional right. Signed by Judge Robert G James on 2/1/13. (crt,DickersonSld, D)
|November 28, 2012
MEMORANDUM ORDER denying 42 Motion to Appoint Counsel and for Writ of Mandamus. The Court, sua sponte, extends Hill's deadline for filing objections to the Report and Recommendation until December 14, 2012. Signed by Judge Robert G James on 11/27/12. (crt,DickersonSld, D)
|October 9, 2012
MEMORANDUM ORDER denying 32 Appeal of Magistrate Judge Decision re 30 Order on Motion for Extension, Order on Motion for Miscellaneous Relief, Order on Motion to Serve, Order on Motion for TRO, Order on Motion for Preliminary Injunction, an d the Magistrate Judge's Order 30 is AFFIRMED for the reasons stated and those additional reasons stated in this memorandum order. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Hill's request for an evidentiary hearing is Denied. Signed by Chief Judge Robert G James on 10/5/12. (crt,DickersonSld, D)
|October 3, 2012
ORDER denying 31 Motion Request for Tape Recording, Ouachita Parish Sheriff Offense Report and for Discovery and Expansion of Record. Signed by Magistrate Judge Karen L Hayes on 10/3/12. (crt,DickersonSld, D)
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