Lizcano v. Davis, Director TDCJ-CID
||Lorie Davis, Director TDCJ-CID
||April 13, 2016
||US District Court for the Northern District of Texas
||Jane J Boyle
||David L Horan
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|October 6, 2017
ORDER ACCEPTING 45 FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE: The recommendation of the United States Magistrate Judge is ACCEPTED, and these proceedings are STAYED while Lizcano pursues his state court remedies in accord ance with the Recommendation and this order. Accordingly, Lizcano is ORDERED to file an application for reconsideration of his claim in the state court within 30 days of the date of this order, and, unless he obtains the sought relief in state cou rt, to return to this court within 45 days after he exhausts his state court remedies. If relief is granted by the state court, Respondent must promptly notify this Court and if such grant of relief causes the remaining claims to become moot, then these proceedings shall be dismissed. If Lizcano fails to comply with this order, these proceedings shall be dismissed. The Clerk of Court is directed to administratively close this case for statistical purposes. (Ordered by Judge Jane J. Boyle on 10/6/2017) (ams)
|April 15, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER re: 4 MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis with certificate of trust account. Lizcano and his attorneys are ORDERED to file a supplemental report by 5/16/2016. (Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L Horan on 4/15/2016) (bdb)
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