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Slinker v. Endicott - Document No. 2

Slinker v. Endicott - Document No. 2

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ORDER ON RULE 4 REVIEW signed by Magistrate Judge William E Callahan Jr on 4/6/06. Respondent's answer to the petition due by 5/22/06. Respondent's brief in response to the petition due by 7/24/06. Petitioner's reply brief due by 8/31/06. (cc: Counsel, Warden, and AAG via US Mail)(rpz, ) 2:2006cv00390 Wisconsin Eastern District Court
ORDER ON RULE 4 REVIEW signed by Magistrate Judge William E Callahan Jr on 4/6/06. Respondent's answer to the petition due by 5/22/06. Respondent's brief in response to the petition due by 7/24/06. Petitioner's reply brief due by 8/31/06. (cc: Counsel, Warden, and AAG via US Mail)(rpz, ) 2:2006cv00390 Wisconsin Eastern District Court

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
MICHAEL SLINKER,
Petitioner,
v.
Case No. 06-C-390
JEFFREY ENDICOTT, Warden,
Redgranite Correctional Institution,
Respondent.
ORDER ON RULE 4 REVIEW

On April 3, 2006, the petitioner, Michael Slinker (\u201cSlinker\u201d), filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus pursuant to 28 U.S.C. \u00a7 2254. According to his petition, Slinker was convicted on June 5, 2000, in the Sheboygan County Circuit Court of two counts of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child, contrary to Wis. Stats. \u00a7949.02(1). Slinker was sentenced to twenty years imprisonment on count one and twenty years probation, along with a stayed twenty-five year term of imprisonment, on count two. Slinker\u2019s conviction and sentence were affirmed by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals on September 8, 2004 and the Wisconsin Supreme Court denied review on January 11, 2005. Slinker did not petition the United States Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari.

Rule 4 of the Rules Governing Section 2254 Cases in the United States District Courts states
that:

The clerk must promptly forward the petition to a judge under the court\u2019s assignment procedure, and the judge must promptly examine it. If it plainly appears from the petition and any attached exhibits that the petitioner is not entitled to relief in the district court, the judge must dismiss the petition and direct the clerk to notify the petitioner. If the petition is not dismissed, the judge must order the respondent

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