Wholaver v. Wetzel et al
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|August 31, 2011
ORDER re: motion to stay federal proceedings 4 - It is hereby ORDERED that: 1. Ptnr's motion to stay federal proceedings 4 is GRANTED - litigation in this h/c proceeding STAYED pending exhaustion of state ct remedies of any unexhausted claim s.; 2. Stay of execution issued by ct in order of 2/10/11 3 shall REMAIN IN EFFECT.; 3. Ptnr has 30 days to file his app for state post-conviction relief if he has not already done so.; 4. Ptnr to advise ct in writing re: status of his state ct pro ceedings by 11/28/11 & every 60 days thereafter.; 5. If ptnr is denied post-conviction releif either party shall notify ct w/in 30 days from time of final denial & request that stay of litigation be vacated.l; 6. Clrk of Ct shall place this matter on the Civil Suspense Docket pending exhaustion of state remedies. (See order for complete details.) Signed by Honorable Christopher C. Conner on 08/31/11. (ki)
|February 10, 2011
ORDER - It is hereby ORDERED that: 1. Motion for leave to proceed IFP 2 is GRANTED.; 2. Capital Habeas Unit of FPD office for EDPA APPOINTED to rep ptnr Wholaver in captioned action.; 3. Any state proceedings for execution of ptnr Earnest R. Wholav er, Jr., are STAYED pending disposition of anticipated petition for writ of habeas corpus or until further order of court.; It is further ORDERED that parties shall comply w/ the following schedule for remaider of this proceeding... (see Paras 1-3 for specifics). (See order for complete details.) Signed by Honorable Christopher C. Conner on 02/10/11. (ki)
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