Chattams v. Warden, Lebanon Correctional Insititution
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 27, 2014
DEFICIENCY ORDER. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael R Merz on 8/27/2014. (kpf1)
|August 11, 2014
ORDER adopting both Report and Recommendations [15 & 18]; overruling the objections; denying the petition; denying petitioner leave to appeal IFP. A certificate of appealability will not issue. Signed by Judge Sandra S Beckwith on 8/11/14. (mb)
|June 25, 2014
SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS - Chattams' Objections are unpersuasive. It is therefore again respectfully recommended that the Petition herein be dismissed with prejudice and Chattams be denied a certificate of appealability and leave to appeal in forma pauperis. Objections to R&R due by 7/14/2014. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael R Merz on 6/25/2014. (kpf1)
|May 28, 2014
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS - Although Chattams' Petition was timely filed, it should be dismissed with prejudice as his claims are procedurally defaulted (Grounds Two, Four, and Five), fail to state a claim upon which habeas corpus relief can be granted (Ground One), or are without merit (Ground Three). Because reasonable jurists would not disagree with this conclusion, Petitioner should be denied a certificate of appealability and the Court should certify to the Sixth Circuit that any appeal would be objectively frivolous. Objections to R&R due by 6/16/2014. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael R Merz on 5/28/2014. (kpf1)
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