Aleksey v. Stirling
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|August 19, 2015
ORDER: Petitioner's Motion to Stay, ECF No. 76 , is granted. No later than February 19, 2016, the parties are directed to file a joint status report advising the court of the status of the pending PCR ap plication. Subsequently, the parties are to submit a joint status report every six months. Further, the parties shall notify the court within five days of the state PCR court's ruling on Petitioner's pending PCR application and shall advise the court of the outcome of the PCR action. The status of the stay and a briefing schedule will be addressed at that time. Signed by Magistrate Judge Kaymani D West on 8/18/2015.(mcot, )
|July 28, 2014
ORDER: Teresa L. Norris, Esquire, and Elizabeth Franklin-Best, Esquire, are appointed as Petitioner's counsel; Petitioner's Motion for Stay of Execution is GRANTED for ninety (90) days pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2251(a)(3); Prior to the expiration of the ninety (90)-day stay of execution, Petitioner may seek a longer stay of execution pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2251(a)(1), if needed, to file his habeas petition and to allow the court to rule on the merit s of the petition; and the Clerk of Court shall assign a civil action number to this case and shall notify the undersigned to review the stay of execution twenty (20) days prior to the expiration of the ninety (90) day stay of execution. This matter is referred to the assigned United States Magistrate Judge for preliminary proceedings, including setting a briefing schedule. Signed by Honorable J Michelle Childs on 7/28/2014.(mcot, )
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