Salazar v. Outlaw
ORDER directing the Clerk to serve a copy of the petition and this Order on the respondent and the U.S. Attorney by regular mail and directing respondent to file his response within 20 days after service of this petition, exclusive of the day of service. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney on 12/27/10. (bkp)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS EASTERN DIVISION LUCIANO RAMIREZ SALAZAR, Reg #08125-097 2:10CV00193JMM-JTK T.C. OUTLAW, Warden, FCI - Forrest City ORDER Petitioner has paid his required $5.00 filing fee. (Doc. No. 5) The Clerk will serve a copy of the petition and this Order on the respondent and the U.S. Attorney by regular mail. The respondent will file an answer, motion or other response to the petition, in conformity with Rule 5 of the Rules Governing Section 2254 cases in the United States District Courts, within twenty (20) days after service of this petition, exclusive of the day of service. The court directs the respondent to include in the response the following documents or information: 1. The judgment of conviction; 2. the docket sheet from the sentencing court evidencing the history of the proceedings; 3. any order or opinion from the Court of Appeals dismissing a direct appeal by petitioner or affirming petitioner's conviction, or a citation to such order or opinion; 4. any order of the district court dismissing a § 2255 motion to vacate or § 2241 petition filed by petitioner; and 5. any order or opinion from the Court of Appeals dismissing an appeal by petitioner from the denial of § 2255 or §2241 relief or affirming the denial of a §2255 motion or § 2241 petition, or a citation to such order or opinion. IT IS SO ORDERED this 27th day of December, 2010. RESPONDENT PETITIONER
____________________________________ UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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