Sanchez v. State of Utah, No. 2:2018cv00070 - Document 62 (D. Utah 2018)

Court Description: MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER denying 59 Motion to return case to the Plaintiff ; denying 60 Motion for all paper work returned and to reconsider motion appointment of counsel. IT IS ORDERED that--because of Petitioner's fa ilure to comply with the Court's Order and to appropriately prosecute his case--the petition is DISMISSED. This action is CLOSED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Petitioners motions to have his documents returned to him are DENIED. (Doc. Nos. 59 & 60.) The originals belong to the public record now. Moreover, Petitioner has filed around fifty documents and it would strain the Courts resources to copy and return them all. As a one-time courtesy, however, the Clerks Office shall copy the petition, (Doc. No. 4), and send the copy to Petitioner. Signed by Judge David Nuffer on 10/18/2018. (las)
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Sanchez v. State of Utah Doc. 62 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF UTAH GREG PAUL REVERE SANCHEZ Petitioner, MEMORANDUM DECISION & DISMISSAL ORDER v. Case No. 2:18-CV-70-DN STATE OF UTAH, Respondent. District Judge David Nuffer Petitioner, Greg Paul Revere Sanchez, filed a pro se habeas-corpus petition. 28 U.S.C.S. § 2254 (2018). An Order dated August 9, 2018, determined that the petition was deficient for a few reasons. (Doc No. 58.) The order gave gave Petitioner directions for curing the deficiencies, directed the clerk to send him a "Pro Se Litigant Guide," with a blank-form habeas corpus petition, and ordered him to cure the deficiencies within thirty days. (Id.) Petitioner responded by filing motions to have all his documents returned to him. He noted, “I’m not complying with your thirty days.” IT IS ORDERED that--because of Petitioner's failure to comply with the Court's Order and to appropriately prosecute his case--the petition is DISMISSED. This action is CLOSED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Petitioner’s motions to have his documents returned to him are DENIED. (Doc. Nos. 59 & 60.) The originals belong to the public record now. Dockets.Justia.com Moreover, Petitioner has filed around fifty documents and it would strain the Court’s resources to copy and return them all. As a one-time courtesy, however, the Clerk’s Office shall copy the petition, (Doc. No. 4), and send the copy to Petitioner. DATED this 18th day of October, 2018. BY THE COURT: JUDGE DAVID NUFFER United States District Court 2