Carter v. King, et al.
ORDER to SEAL the petition and exhibits in this case. Signed by District Judge Tom S. Lee on 12/15/08.(RRL)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI EASTERN DIVISION CONTRELL CARTER aka COTTRELL CARTER, #106773 VERSUS RONALD KING, et al. ORDER BEFORE the Court is petitioner's request for habeas corpus relief filed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2254. Having reviewed the PETITIONER CIVIL ACTION NO. 4:08cv142-TSL-LRA RESPONDENTS
petition and the attached exhibits, this Court finds that the petitioner was convicted of a sex crime involving a minor and that the name of the minor victim as well as the victim's birthday is referred to in the exhibits attached to his petition.
Additionally, the exhibits also state in full the petitioner's social security number as well as his birthday. Because the exhibits refer to the name of the minor victim, the complete birthdays for both the victim and the petitioner, and the petitioner's social security number, petitioner has failed to comply with the Administrative Procedures regarding Case
Management/Electronic Case Filing (CM/ECF). The petitioner and the other parties in the instant civil case are reminded in any document filed in this Court that only the initials of a minor should be used, that the social security number shall be shown by only its final four digits, that the person's date of birth shall be stated by only the year of birth, and that any financial account number shall be stated by only the last four digits or letters of
the number. Therefore, this Court has determined that the petition including the exhibits attached to it will be sealed in this matter. Accordingly,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Clerk of Court is directed to seal the petition and the attached exhibits filed in this matter until further order of this Court. SO ORDERED, the 15th day of December, 2008. /s/Tom S. Lee UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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