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18-868 - HARRIS v. INDIANA PAROLE BOARD


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18-868 - HARRIS v. INDIANA PAROLE BOARD
April 2, 2018
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Entry Directing Further Proceedings - Because the plaintiff is challenging the conditions so his parole, this should have been docketed as a habeas petition initially. To that end, the clerk is instructed to re-docket, and not convert, this action consistent with the following: 1. Bradley Harris shall be the petitioner. 2. The Indiana Parole Board shall be the respondent. 3. The Nature of Suit shall be 530. 4. The Cause of Action shall be 28:2254. Additionally, the filing fee for a habeas petition is $5.00. Therefore, the plaintiff is entitled to have returned to him the excess filing fee in the amount of $395.00. In order to be issued a refund, the plaintiff must complete the Court's Vendor Information Form. The clerk is instructed to include a copy of this form along with the plaintiff's copy of this Entry. The plaintiff is instructed to complete this form and return it to the Court in order to receive a reimbursement of the filing fee. Finally, the petition for emergency injunction, dkt. 8, is denied without prejudice. The Indiana Parole Board has not yet appeared in this action so any injunctive relief against them is premature at this time. (See Entry.) Copy to Petitioner via US Mail. Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 4/2/2018. (Attachments: # (1) AO 213 Form) (BRR)