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07-153 - Ordonez Orosco v. Chertoff et al


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07-153 - Ordonez Orosco v. Chertoff et al
December 8, 2008
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ORDER. Since the issuance of an LEC is a discretionary act, the Petitioner's application for writ of habeas corpus, constitutional claims, and request for writ of mandamus are DENIED. Further Petitioner lacks standing to pursue his APA claim and such claim is DENIED. Lacking any valid claim and given the great variety of situations that could lead to the issuance of an LEC, this Court also DENIES Petitioner's motion to certify class. Respondent's Motion to Dismiss 14 is therefore GRANTED. Respondent's Motion to Supplement the Exhibits 19 is DENIED as moot. (Signed by Judge Andrew S. Hanen) Parties notified.(bvasquez, )