Tag Archives: probation

GAME OVER: Wilkins Habeas Corpus Denied

OP-NAT EYE
9/28/2011 (links updated November 6, 2018)

PHOENIX — Exactly three year and two months later, doing everything possible as a homeless/jobless pro-se petitioner/defendant to see if a U.S. court would uphold the Constitution, it is officially over.

My final brief in Wilkins v. Arizona (CV-10-0443-PHX-JWS(MEA)) was filed last week, which was the objection to U.S. Magistrates recommendation to deny habeas corpus. Granted, I could appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (even though the Magistrate recommends dismissal with prejudice), I have expended enough time and energy proving what I needed too. My other pending federal … Read Entire Article

Federal Habeas Corpus Denied; Must Exhaust “Rule 32” Proceedings

by Brian A. Wilkins
6/9/2009 (links and photo updated November 3, 2018)

Though I argued in the federal habeas corpus (28 U.S.C. Sec. 2254) petition that exhaustion of Rule 32 proceedings will likely further violate my civil rights irreparably, the federal judge saw it differently today, dismissing the petition until Rule 32 (Post-Conviction Relief) is sought in Maricopa County Superior Court. I will have the opportunity to appeal with the Ninth Circuit once this “Rule 32” stuff is exhausted, or I can also appeal the district court judge’s decision not to accept the petition immediately with … Read Entire Article