Dunson v. Laughlin

Filing 9

ORDER adopting re 8 Report and Recommendations dismissing this case with prejudice. Petitioner is not entitled to a Certificate of Appealability, rendering moot any request for in forma pauperis status on appeal. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 7/27/17. (trb)

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! ' IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT r' FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA — ' ' - • V. 'Jnn iiv ot SAVANNAH DIVISION r.. ^ JOSHUA JERMAINE DUNSON, Petitioner, CASE V . NO. CV417-087 VANCE LAUGHLIN, Respondent. ORDER Before the Court Recommendation, (Doc. and 8.) to After a which case. As the Magistrate no a is ADOPTED result. Judge's objections careful review of the recommendation this is as the have Report been record, the Court's Petitioner's 28 and filed. report opinion U.S.C. § in 2254 petition is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. In addition, of the Court DECLINES to issue a Appealability ("COA") in this case. Certificate Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2253(c), an appeal may not be taken in this matter unless the first court issue only if the denial 529 U.S. considered the above issues a COA. Petitioner has made of 473, a constitutional 484 Petitioner's standard. As (2000). case a and result, a This substantial right. The certificate Slack Court finds that showing of v. has he any request by may McDaniel, carefully cannot meet Petitioner 5I

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