Bailey v. Vannoy et al
JUDGMENT ADOPTING 11 Report and Recommendations; granting 7 Motion to Withdraw Habitual Offender Case; denying as moot 8 Voluntary Motion to Dismiss, 10 Voluntary Motion to Dismiss and 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis. This lawsuit is dismissed without prejudice under FRCP 41(a)(1)(A). The Court denies a certificate of appealability. Signed by Judge S Maurice Hicks on 7/12/2017. (crt,Keifer, K)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA
GARY A. BAILEY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 17-0597
JUDGE S. MAURICE HICKS, JR.
DARRELL VANNOY, ET AL.
MAGISTRATE JUDGE PEREZ-MONTES
For the reasons assigned in the Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate
Judge previously filed herein, and having thoroughly reviewed the record, no written
objections having been filed, and concurring with the findings of the Magistrate Judge
under the applicable law;
IT IS ORDERED that Petitioner Gary A. Bailey’s (“Bailey”) Motion to Withdraw
Habitual Offender Case (Record Document 7) be GRANTED, and that this lawsuit
DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Bailey’s Voluntary Motion to Dismiss (Record
Document 8), Voluntary Motion to Dismiss (Record Document 10), and deficient Motion to
Proceed In Forma Pauperis (Record Document Doc. 2) be DENIED AS MOOT.
Rule 11 of the Rules Governing Section 2254 Proceedings for the U.S. District
Courts requires the district court to issue or deny a certificate of appealability when it enters
a final order adverse to the applicant. The court, after considering the record in this case
and the standard set forth in 28 U.S.C. Section 2253, denies a certificate of appealability
because the applicant has not made a substantial showing of the denial of a constitutional
THUS DONE AND SIGNED at Shreveport, Louisiana, this the 12th day of July,
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