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CAPTION:
Antwan Robinson #200075 vs. SCDOC

AGENCY:
South Carolina Department of Corrections

PARTIES:
Appellant:
Antwan Robinson #200075

Respondent:
South Carolina Department of Corrections
 
DOCKET NUMBER:
01-ALJ-04-00185-AP

APPEARANCES:
n/a
 

ORDERS:

ORDER OF DISMISSAL
GRIEVANCE NO. LEE 267-00

On July 30, 2001, the Notice of Appeal sent to Appellant was returned with the notation that he had been released. Because this tribunal can provide no further relief, this appeal has been rendered moot.

The South Carolina Supreme Court has stated:

This Court will not pass on moot and academic questions or make an adjudication where there remains no actual controversy. Wallace v. City of York, S.C., 281 S.E.2d 487 (1981). A case becomes moot when judgment, if rendered, will have no practical legal effect upon existing controversy. This is true when some event occurs making it impossible for reviewing Court to grant effectual relief. Such is the situation here. Mathis v. South Carolina State Highway Dept., 260 S.C. 344, 195 S.E.2d 713 (1973).



Jones v. Dillon-Marion Human Resources Development Commission, 277 S.C. 533, 291 S.E.2d 195 (1982); see Dodge v. Dodge, 332 S.C. 401, 505 S.E.2d 344 (Ct. App. 1998).

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that this appeal is dismissed with prejudice.

AND IT IS SO ORDERED.

______________________________

JOHN D. GEATHERS

Administrative Law Judge

Post Office Box 11667

Columbia, South Carolina 29211-1667



August 1, 2001

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