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16-1687 - WONDERLING v. SCI FOREST et al


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16-1687 - WONDERLING v. SCI FOREST et al
February 28, 2017
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CLOSED. Administrative closings comprise a familiar way in which courts remove cases from their active files without final adjudication, and it does not prejudice the rights of the parties in any manner. Petitioner shall file a motion to reopen this case within thirty (30) days of exhausting his state court remedies. If Petitioner does not refile his lawsuit within thirty (30) days, the case will be dismissed with prejudice based on the assumption that he no longer wishes to pursue these claims. Respondents' Motion to Dismiss the Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (Doc. 8) is hereby dismissed without prejudice to refile once this case is reopened. Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 2/28/2017. (kg) Modified on 3/1/2017 to add additiMEMORANDUM ORDER STAYING AND ADMINISTRATIVELY CLOSING CASE. For the reasons set out in the Memorandum Order filed herewith, it appearing that Petitioner is presently pursuing his state court remedies, this case is hereby STAYED and ADMINISTRATIVELY onal docket text. (ksa)