Ellis v. State of Tennessee
Petitioner: Joshua Lynn Ellis
Respondent: State of Tennessee
Case Number: 1:2017cv01107
Filed: June 6, 2017
Court: US District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
Office: Jackson Office
County: Benton
Presiding Judge: S. Thomas Anderson
Presiding Judge: Edward G. Bryant
Nature of Suit: General
Cause of Action: 28:2254
Jury Demanded By: None

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August 24, 2017 Opinion or Order Filing 9 ORDER DISMISSING § 2254 PETITION WITHOUT PREJUDICE, DENYING CERTIFICATE OF APPEALABILITY, AND DENYING LEAVE TO APPEAL IN FORMA PAUPERIS. Signed by Chief Judge S. Thomas Anderson on 8/24/17. (Anderson, S. Thomas)
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