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Case Information: 39725
Short Caption:CULVERSON (SAMUEL) VS. STATECourt:Supreme Court
Related Case(s): 37074
Lower Court Case(s):Clark Co. - Eighth Judicial District - C144419Classification:Criminal Appeal - Other - Post-Conviction/Proper Person
Disqualifications:Case Status:Remittitur Issued/Case Closed
Replacement:Panel Assigned: Panel
To SP/Judge:SP Status:
Oral Argument:Oral Argument Location:
Submission Date:10/07/2002How Submitted:On Record

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Docket Entries
06/05/2002Filing Fee Filing Fee Waived.
06/05/2002Notice of Appeal DocumentsFiled Certified Copy of Notice of Appeal/Proper Person Fast Track. (Fast track notice mailed to trial counsel.) 02-09801
06/13/2002MotionFiled Motion. Motion for Clarification of Appointment of Appellate Counsel. 02-10245
06/18/2002Order/ProceduralFiled Order. This appeal was originally docketed as a fast track appeal. On June 13, 2002, Catherine A. Woolf filed a motion for clarification of appellate counsel. Upon review of Ms. Woolf's motion and the documents previously filed in this appeal, this court has determined that appellant was acting in proper person in the district court, and that this appeal is not subject to the provisions of NRAP 3C. Ms. Woolf is relieved of any further obligation in regard to this appeal. 02-10563
07/09/2002Order/ProceduralFiled Order re: Transmit Judgment or Order and Record on Appeal. The district court shall have 30 days from the date of this order within which to: (1) enter a written judgment or order or (2) inform this court that it is reconsidering its decision. In the event the district court enters a written judgment or order (or has already entered a written judgment or order of which this court is unaware), the clerk of the district court shall immediately transmit a certified copy of the judgment or order to the clerk of this court. Further, the clerk of the district court shall, within 120 days from the date of this order, transmit to the clerk of this court a certified copy of the complete trial court record of this appeal. fn2[The record shall not include any exhibits filed in the district court.] 02-11691
07/25/2002Order/IncomingFiled District Court Order. Certified copy of Order Denying Defendant's Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus (Post Conviction) and Request for Appointment of Counsel filed in district court on June 3, 2002. 02-12762
10/07/2002Record on Appeal DocumentsFiled Record on Appeal Copy. Volumes 1 and 2. 02-17266
10/07/2002Case Status Update Submitted for Decision.
03/21/2003Order/ProceduralFiled Order/Transmit Record and Directing Response. Supplemental record due: 30 days. The supplemental record shall contain a transcript of the sentencing hearing held on October 30, 2000. Additionally, the clerk of the district court shall have 10 days from the date of this order to transmit a certified copy of appellant's presentence investigation report, in a sealed envelope, to the clerk of this court as a supplemental record. 03-04881
04/14/2003Record on Appeal DocumentsFiled Record on Appeal Copy. Vol. 3 (Transcript of October 30, 2000). 03-06323
04/14/2003TranscriptFiled Transcript. Proceedings: October 30, 2000. Court Reporter: Sharleen Nicholson. 03-06335
06/05/2003Order/DispositionalFiled Order of Affirmance. We conclude that Culverson is not entitled to relief and that briefing and oral argument are unwarranted. "ORDER the judgment of the district court AFFIRMED." fn17[We have considered all proper person documents filed or received in this matter, and we conclude that the relief requested is not warranted.] SNP03-MS/ML/NB 03-09451
06/25/2003Post-Judgment PetitionReceived Proper Person Petition for Rehearing. 03-10658
07/10/2003Post-Judgment OrderFiled Order/Rehearing Denied. "Rehearing denied." NRAP 40(c). fn1-[We grant appellant's request for leave to file his proper person petition for rehearing. The clerk of this court shall file the proper person petition received on June 25, 2003.] fn2-[We reject appellant's contention that this court overlooked arguments raised in his proper person opening brief. Although this court did not grant appellant leave to file proper person documents on appeal, see NRAP 46(b), this court considered the arguments presented therein and concluded that appellant was not entitled to relief because the arguments were improperly raised for the first time on appeal.] 03-11584
07/10/2003Post-Judgment PetitionFiled Proper Person Petition for Rehearing. 03-10658
08/05/2003RemittiturIssued Remittitur. 03-11707
08/05/2003Case Status Update Remittitur Issued/Case Closed.
08/14/2003RemittiturFiled Remittitur. Received by County Clerk on August 7, 2003. 03-11707