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The Supreme Court found that Petitioner, who filed a pro se petition for a writ of habeas corpus, failed to show cause why he should not be barred and sanctioned him as set forth in this opinion.
Petitioner was convicted of one count of armed robbery with a non-deadly weapon and sentenced to life imprisonment. Including this Petitioner, Petitioner had filed fourteen pro se petitions with the Supreme Court, including the habeas corpus petition at issue. The Supreme Court denied the petition, concluding that the petition was a frivolous proceeding, and directed the clerk of court to reject any future pleadings or other requests for relief submitted by Petitioner, holding that if no action is taken, Petitioner will continue to burden the Supreme Court's resources.