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Sanchez v. Superintendent

United States District Court, N.D. Indiana, South Bend Division

March 3, 2014

ANDRES SANCHEZ, Petitioner,
v.
SUPERINTENDENT, Respondent.

OPINION AND ORDER

ROBERT L. MILLER, Jr., District Judge.

Andres Sanchez, a pro se prisoner, filed a habeas corpus petition challenging ISP 13-09-61, a prison disciplinary proceeding held at the Indiana State Prison on September 6, 2013, where the Disciplinary Hearing Body (DHB) found him guilty of Threatening in violation of B-213 and sanctioned him with the loss of commissary for 4 weeks. He didn't lose any earned credit time nor was he demoted in credit class. A prison disciplinary action can only be challenged in a habeas corpus proceeding when it results in the lengthening of the duration of confinement. Hadley v. Holmes , 341 F.3d 661, 664 (7th Cir. 2003). Because this disciplinary proceeding didn't result in the lengthening of the duration of Mr. Sanchez's confinement, habeas corpus relief isn't available. Because there is no relief that Mr. Sanchez can obtain in this habeas corpus proceeding, the petition is DENIED pursuant to SECTION 2254 HABEAS CORPUS RULE 4 and this case is DISMISSED.

SO ORDERED.


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