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CAPTION:
John Randrup Deer # 155226 vs. SCDOC

AGENCY:
South Carolina Department of Corrections

PARTIES:
Appellant:
John Randrup Deer # 155226

Respondent:
South Carolina Department of Corrections
 
DOCKET NUMBER:
00-ALJ-04-00056-AP

APPEARANCES:
n/a
 

ORDERS:

ORDER OF DISMISSAL
Grievance No. McCl-0463-99

This appeal is cuurently pending before the South Carolina Administrative Law Judge Division pursuant to Appellant's Notice of Appeal filed April 20, 2000. The allegations alleged in this appeal are the same as those in another of Appellant's appeals, Docket No. 00-ALL-04-00053, Grievance No. McCl-0462-99. Therefore, for good cause shown, it is hereby

ORDERED that this appeal is DISMISSED.

AND IT IS SO ORDERED.





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CAROLYN C. MATTHEWS

Administrative Law Judge







August 28, 2000

Columbia, South Carolina





APPEAL RIGHTS



You are entitled to appeal this final order of the Administrative Law Judge Division by filing a petition for judicial review in circuit court within thirty (30) days after receipt of this Order. S.C. Code Ann. § 1-23-610 (Supp. 1999). The petition may be filed in any circuit court as long as the chosen forum is neither arbitrary nor unreasonable, and provided that no statute controls venue in a particular type of case. The review of the Administrative Law Judge's order must be confined to the record. The reviewing tribunal may affirm the decision or remand the case for further proceedings; or it may reverse or modify the decision if the substantive rights of the petitioner have been prejudiced because of the finding, conclusion, or decision is: (a) in violation of constitutional or statutory provisions; (b) in excess of the statutory authority of the agency; () made upon unlawful procedure; (d) affected by other error of law; (e) clearly erroneous in view of the reliable, probative and substantial evidence of the whole record; or (f) arbitrary or capricious or characterized by abuse of discretion or clearly unwarranted exercise of discretion.


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