Hilario v. FCI Berlin, Warden

Petitioner: Jose Miguel Hilario
Respondent: FCI Berlin, Warden
Case Number: 1:2014fp00342
Filed: October 1, 2014
Court: New Hampshire District Court
Office: Concord Office
Referring Judge: Andrea K. Johnstone
Presiding Judge: Steven J. McAuliffe
Nature of Suit: Prisoner: Civil Rights
Cause of Action: 28:1361 Petition for Writ of Mandamus
Jury Demanded By: None

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January 6, 2015 17 Opinion or Order of the Court /// ORDER approving 14 Report and Recommendation dismissing without prejudice 1 Petition for a Writ of Mandamus; denying as moot 5 Motion to Request a "Constitutional Jury"; denying as moot 16 Motion for an Evidentiary Hearing. So Ordered by Judge Steven J. McAuliffe.(jab)

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