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Notice of Supplemental Authority. Upon consideration of the petition and the supplemental authority, this Court hereby denies the Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus ...
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Supreme Court of Florida
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2001
STATE OF FLORIDA ,
CASE NO. SC00-1985
ORDER DENYING PETITION
The Motion To Include Direct Authority is treated as a
Notice of Supplemental
Authority. Upon consideration of the petition and the supplemental authority, this
Court hereby denies the Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus as procedurally barred.
A petition for extraordinary relief is not a substitute
appeal. See Breedlove v.
Singletary, 595 So. 2d 8, 10 (Fla. 1992); Mills v. Dugger, 574 So. 2d 63, 65 (Fla.
1990). The Petitioner is further advised that the continued filing of procedurally
barred petitions could ultimately result in sanctions.
WELLS, C.J., and SHAW, HARDING, ANSTEAD and QUINCE, JJ., concur.
A True Copy
Thomas D. Hall
Thomas D. Hall
Clerk, Supreme Court
cc: Mr. Gary Waid
Mr. Louis A. Vargas
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Hon. Robert A. Butterworth.