CHAMBLIN v. SECRETARY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
ORDER: Clerk shall forward Petitioner an application for IFP. Petitioner shall either file an application for IFP or pay $5.00 filing fee. (Fee/Application due by 3/8/2013.). Signed by MAGISTRATE JUDGE GARY R JONES on 2/6/2013. (jws)(Form sent as order directed.)
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO. 1:13-cv-25-MP-GRJ
This matter is before the Court on Doc. 1, a petition for a writ of habeas corpus
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2254. Petitioner has neither paid the $5.00 filing fee nor filed a
motion for leave to proceed as a pauper. Further consideration of the petition will be
deferred until payment is received or Petitioner is granted leave to proceed as a pauper.
Accordingly, it is ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:
1 That the Clerk shall forward to Petitioner an application for leave to proceed
as a pauper;
2. That Petitioner shall have until March 8, 2013 to either file an application for
leave to proceed as a pauper or to pay the $5.00 filing fee;
3. That failure to comply with this order as instructed, or to show cause as
to why Petitioner is unable to comply, may result in the dismissal of this
case for failure to prosecute and failure to comply with an order of this
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DONE AND ORDERED this 6th day of February 2013.
s/Gary R. Jones
GARY R. JONES
United States Magistrate Judge
Petitioner should note that if he fails to respond to this Order and this case is
dismissed, any subsequently-filed habeas petition in this Court challenging the same
conviction may be barred by the one-year limitation period for filing a habeas petition in
the federal courts. See 28 U.S.C. § 2244(d)(1). Although the one-year period is tolled
during the time in which a properly filed application for state post- conviction relief is
pending, see Artuz v. Bennett, 531 U.S. 4, 8-9 (2000) (defining when an application is
"properly filed" under 28 U.S.C. § 2244(d)(2)), the time in which a federal habeas
petition is pending does not toll the one-year limitation period. See Duncan v. Walker,
533 U.S. 167 (2001) (holding that an application for federal habeas corpus review does
not toll the one-year limitation period under § 2244(d)(2)).
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