Turner
v.
Bisbee

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COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF NEVADAJul 20, 2018
No. 75202 (Nev. App. Jul. 20, 2018)

No. 75202

07-20-2018

ALQUANDRE TURNER, Petitioner, v. CONNIE S. BISBEE, CHAIRMAN; SUSAN JACKSON; TONY CORDA; ADAM ENDEL, COMMISSIONERS; AND THE STATE OF NEVADA BOARD OF PAROLE, Respondents.


ORDER DENYING PETITION

This original petition for a writ of mandamus challenges the Board of Parole Commissioners' denial of parole for Alquandre Turner. Turner asserts the Board improperly applied NAC 213.518(2)(k) when it considered him for parole in 2015 and, therefore, a new parole hearing is warranted. Turner, however, has not provided this court with any documentation supporting his petition. See NRAP 21(a)(4). Therefore, we conclude Turner has not demonstrated this court's intervention by way of extraordinary writ is warranted at this time. See NRS 34.160; 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."). Accordingly, without deciding upon the merits of any claims raised, we

ORDER the petition DENIED.

/s/_________, C.J.


Silver

/s/_________, J.


Tao

/s/_________, J.


Gibbons cc: Alquandre H. Turner


Attorney General/Carson City


Eighth District Court Clerk