Scott v. United States of America

Petitioner: Wilbur Scott, Jr
Respondent: Warden of FCI Williamsburg
Case Number: 1:2013cv01028
Filed: April 16, 2013
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Aiken Office
County: Williamsburg
Presiding Judge: David C Norton
Nature of Suit: Habeas Corpus (General)
Cause of Action: 28:2241 Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (County)
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
June 11, 2013 10 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT / The court has ordered that this case is dismissed without prejudice. (abuc)
June 10, 2013 9 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER affirming 6 Report and Recommendation. Signed by Honorable David C Norton on 6/10/2013.(eric, )

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