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Pro Se and Habeas Corpus

These matters are decided without oral argument. Notices, Orders, and Reports & Recommendations are mailed to those parties who are not e-filers. The court does not have funds to appoint counsel but will consider appointment of pro bono counsel in appropriate cases. Pro se litigants are expected to adhere to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure insofar as possible. The court does not give legal advice to either side and expects that pleadings will be in appropriate form. Letters to the court are not pleadings and will be returned. A Standing Order for the conduct of prisoner civil rights cases will be mailed by chambers after the case is referred for all pretrial proceedings.

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