Graham v. Curz

Petitioner: Phil Jemar Graham
Respondent: Warden Curz
Case Number: 6:2014cv03284
Filed: August 18, 2014
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Greenville Office
County: Williamsburg
Referring Judge: Kevin McDonald
Presiding Judge: Terry L Wooten
Nature of Suit: General
Cause of Action: 28:2241
Jury Demanded By: None

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November 3, 2014 20 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER RULING ON REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 12 . It is hereby ORDERED that the Report and Recommendation is ACCEPTED. (Doc. #12). For the reasons articulated by the Magistrate Judge, this petition is DISMISSED without prejudice and without requiring Respondent to file a return. Signed by Chief Judge Terry L Wooten on 11/3/2014. (kric, )

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