Bandy v. State of Minnesota

Respondent: State of Minnesota
Petitioner: Joe H. Bandy, III
Case Number: 0:2013cv00204
Filed: January 23, 2013
Court: Minnesota District Court
County: Chisago
Referring Judge: Leo I. Brisbois
Presiding Judge: John R. Tunheim
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus (General)

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Date Filed#Document Text
March 22, 2013 9 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS 6 . 1. Petitioner's habeas corpus petition [Docket No. 1] is DENIED; 2. This action is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE; and 3. Petitioner is NOT granted a Certificate of Appealability. (Written Opinion). Signed by Judge John R. Tunheim on March 22, 2013. (HAM) CC: Joe H. Bandy, III on 3/22/2013 (MMP).

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Respondent: State of Minnesota
Represented By: Matthew Frank
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