The California State Prisoners Handbook

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A Comprehensive Practice Guide to Prison & Parole Law James Frank Smith,
Michael R. Snedeker, Steven Fama ... Habeas corpus is the exclusive federal
remedy when a prisoner seeks immediate or a speedier release from prison.118
12.31 Exhaustion of State Remedies and Procedural Default "The exhaustion
requirement of 28 U.S.C. § 2254 demands that federal habeas corpus applicants
exhaust all state [judicial] remedies before proceeding to federal court, [citation] A
habeas ...

United States Code Annotated

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Federal habeas relief and the new tolerance for "reasonably erroneous"
applications of federal law. Todd E. Pettys, 63 Ohio St. L.J. 731 (2002). Ghost at
the banquet: Slavery, federalism, and habeas corpus for state prisoners. Marc M.
Arkin, 70 ... Smith v. Dixon: Was it really harmless? 73 N.C.L.Rev. 2351 (1995).
Standards of review for habeas corpus under the new 28 U.S.C. § 2254. 110
Harvard L.Rev. 1868 (1997). Stays of execution: equal justice for all. Comment,
45 Baylor L.Rev.

The Attorney S Guide To The Seventh Circuit Court Of Appeals

Author: Stephen E. Arthur
Publisher: State Bar of Wisconsin
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orders in habeas corpus proceedings. Section 2254 sets forth the standards to be
followed by federal courts hearing the habeas applications of persons held in
state custody. A federal court may grant collateral relief to a state prisoner "only
on the ground that he is in custody in violation of the Constitution or laws or
treaties of the United States." 28 U.S.C. § 2254(a). The Supreme Court has
distinguished between constitutional claims and federal statutory claims. See
Reed v. Farley ...

Cyclopedia Of Federal Procedure

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Needle in the haystack: Towards a new state postconviction remedy. Henry B. ...
The not so great writ: The European Court of Human Rights finds habeas corpus
an inadequate remedy: Should American courts reexamine the writ? ... Section
2254(d) of the federal habeas statute: Is it beyond reason? Evan Tsen Lee, 56
Hastings L.J. 283 (2004). Smith v. Dixon: Was it really harmless? 73 N.C.L.Rev.
2351 (1995). Standards of review for habeas corpus under the new 28 U.S.C. §
2254 ...

Habeas Corpus Checklists

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(3) 28 U.S.C. §2254(c) (1994) (enacted in 1948, to codify existing case law) (“An
applicant shall not be deemed to have exhausted the remedies available in the
courts of the State, within the meaning of this section, if he has the right under the
law ... We think the rule of the Hawk case that ordinarily requires an effort to
obtain review here has been accepted by Congress as a sound rule to guide
consideration of habeas corpus in federal courts,” at 214; “The sole issue is
whether comity ...

United States Code Annotated

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L. & Criminology 75 (2002). Ghost at the banquet: Slavery, federalism, and
habeas corpus for state prisoners. Marc M. Arkin, 70 Tul.L.Rev. 1 (1995). Habeas
corpus and actual innocence of the death sentence after Sawyer v. Whitley:
Another nail into the coffin of state capital defendants. Note, 44 Case W.Res.L.
Rev. 121 (1993). Habeas standards of review under 28 U.S.C .A § 2254(d)(1): A
commentary on statutory text and Supreme Court precedent. Allan Ides, 60 Wash.
&Lee L.Rev.

The Criminal Law Reporter

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HABEAS CORPUS Under Rule 9(b) of the Rules Governing 28 USC 2254 Cases
, a federal court may dismiss a claim asserted in a petition for habeas corpus
relief when “the failure of the petitioner to assert those grounds in the prior
petition ... In its brief, the state urges the court to clarify the abuse of the writ
doctrine, especially with regard to any exceptions, in order to guide federal
district courts in considering the everincreasing volume of successive habeas
petitions by capital ...

Federal Supplement First Series

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Petitioner now seeks a writ of habeas corpus on the grounds that the state trial
court, in violation of the Due Process Clause, arbitrarily declined to sentence him
as a youthful offender, N. Y. Criminal Procedure Law, § 720.20 (Mc- Kinney's
Consol. ... [3] Petitioner's second claim, that he should be sentenced as a Class E
felon, must be dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust state remedies,
28 U.S.C. § 2254<;b), since the state courts have not been given a fair
opportunity to ...