ORDER DENYING PETITION
This is an original petition for a writ of habeas corpus. Manuel Melendez alleges his counsel was ineffective for failing to recognize a double jeopardy violation and the district court never gave the oath to the jury as required by NRS 175.111, which Melendez asserts deprived the district court of jurisdiction over his case. We have reviewed the documents submitted in this matter, and without deciding upon the merits of any claims raised, we decline to exercise our original jurisdiction. See Pan v. Eighth Judicial Dist. Court, 120 Nev. 222, 228, 88 P.3d 840, 844 (2004) ("Petitioner[ ] carr[ies] the burden of demonstrating that extraordinary relief is warranted."). Melendez' claims challenge the validity of his judgment of conviction. A challenge to the validity of the judgment of conviction must be raised in a postconviction petition for a writ of habeas corpus filed in the district court in the first instance. NRS 34.724(2)(b); NRS 34.738(1). Accordingly, we
Because Melendez' petition has been filed with this court, no action will be taken on his motion for leave to file the petition.
We express no opinion as to whether Melendez could meet the procedural requirements of NRS chapter 34. --------
ORDER the petition DENIED.
Bulla cc: Manuel Melendez
Attorney General/Carson City
Eighth District Court Clerk