They shall be construed and administered to secure the just, speedy, and inexpensive determination of every action. Upon request of the plaintiff, separate or additional summons shall issue against any defendants. When service of the summons is made by publication, the summons shall, in addition to any special statutory requirements, also contain a brief statement of the object of the action substantially as follows: Process shall be served by the sheriff of the county where the defendant is found, or by a deputy, or by any person who is not a party and who is over 18 years of age, except that a subpoena may be served as provided in Rule 45; where the service of process is made outside of the United States, after an order of publication, it may be served either by any person who is not a party and who is over 18 years of age or by any resident of the country, territory, colony or province, who is not a party and who is over 18 years of age.
The power to issue such a writ is discretionary, and this discretion is to be exercised with the best interests of both the prisoner and the Government in mind. After three unsuccessful attempts by habeas corpus proceedings to secure release from allegedly unlawful imprisonment, petitioner instituted a fourth proceeding, alleging for the first time that the prosecution had knowingly used false testimony to obtain his conviction.
Without denying this allegation or questioning its sufficiency, the Government asked that the fourth petition be denied, apparently on the ground that the issues raised were known to the petitioner when he filed the earlier petitions and that the fourth petition was an abuse of the writ of habeas corpus.
Without a hearing and without stating any reasons for its action, the District Court dismissed the fourth petition. United States, U.
It was enough if he presented an allegation Memorandum of oral pleading supporting facts which, if borne out by proof, would entitle him to relief. In this way, an adequate record may be established so that appellate courts can determine the precise basis of the District Court's action, and the prisoner is given a fairer opportunity to meet all possible objections to the filing of his petition.
Petitioner's fourth petition for a writ of habeas corpus was denied by the District Court. This Court granted certiorari.
Reversed and remanded, p. The writ of habeas corpus has played a great role in the history of human freedom. It has been the judicial method of lifting undue restraints upon personal liberty. But, in recent years, the increased use of this writ, especially in federal courts, has created many procedural problems which are not easy of solution.
This case involves some of those problems. Because of the importance of the writ and the necessity that it not lose its effectiveness in a procedural morass, we have deemed it wise to deal with this case at length, and to set forth fully and explicitly the answers to the matters at issue.
Inpetitioner was convicted in a federal district court in Michigan under a four-count indictment charging violations of the federal bank robbery statute.
His efforts to prosecute an appeal from his conviction proved futile. The instant proceeding involves the fourth of these applications. Inasmuch as the problems in this case can best be understood in light of the issues raised in the earlier proceedings, it becomes necessary to examine the various applications in some detail.
The first application was prepared and filed in by petitioner, who is not a lawyer. He sought release mainly on the grounds that certain evidence used against him at the trial had been obtained in violation of the Fourth Amendment, and that the trial judge had improperly refused to disqualify himself upon the filing of an affidavit of prejudice.
It is important to note that this application did not allege that the conviction resulted from the prosecution's knowing use of false testimony. The District Court issued an order to show cause, a return was made, and the petitioner then filed a traverse in the form of a "Motion to overrule Respondent's return and issue writ.
But it did call Page U. Donner, and to the "methods. Donner's testimony at the trial was attached as an exhibit, testimony which revealed that Donner had gone to the office of the District Attorney and talked to him and his assistant during the interval between the allegedly conflicting statements.
Several months later, when the Page U. No hearing was held, the order being entered solely on the basis of the pleadings.This application is based upon the attached memorandum of points and authorities, the declaration of attorney’s name, all pleadings and records on file, and such other oral and documentary evidence as may be presented at or before the hearing of the application and record settlement proceedings.
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thereafter filing any pleading, motion or memorandum shall enter the name of the certified copy of any paper or pleading in such cause, and such copy or copies shall be made All motions when filed will be considered submitted unless oral .
In the late 's a note or memorandum of a plead-ing could be left with the prothonotary or clerk who would prepare a draft of a proper entry.
Ibid. The transition between oral and written pleadings was completed in the 17th century when written drafts of pleading entries took the place of oral pleadings. 3 id. at Although under oral.
Superior Court (Kha) () ashio-midori.com4th , this notice of motion, the attached memorandum of points and authorities served and filed herewith, and such supplemental memoranda of points and authorities as may hereafter be filed with the court or stated at oral argument, on all papers and records on file in this action, and on such oral and.