In State ex rel. Gray v. State, 94-1002 (La. 6/30/95), 657 So.2d 1005, the supreme court ordered the district court to consider the merits of the inmate's timely filed application, and cited Tatum, Houston v. Lack, and State ex rel. Johnson v. Whitley.Summary of this case from Shelton v. Louisiana Department of Corrections
June 30, 1995
IN RE: Gary, John Jr. a/k/a; Jenkins, Lionel; — Plaintiff(s); Applying for Supervisory and/or Remedial Writ; Parish of Orleans Criminal District Court Div. "C" Number 241-091
Writ granted; case remanded to the district court. The district court is ordered to consider the merits of relator's timely filed application. Houston v. Lack 487 U.S. 266, 108 S. Ct. 2379, 101 L.Ed.2d 245 (1988); State ex rel. Johnson v. Whitley, 92-2689 (La. 1/5/95), 648 So.2d 909; Tatum v. Lynn, 93-1559 (La.App. 1st Cir. 1994), 637 So.2d 796.
MARCUS, J. not on panel.