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In habeas proceedings of a defendant convicted of first degree murder when he was fifteen years old and sentenced to a forty-year term of imprisonment, state's motion for a stay of release is granted as it is not likely that district court's grant of habeas relief will be affirmed as traditional factors for a stay overcome the petitioner's presumption in favor of release.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division
Decided December 31, 2009
Per Curium Opinion
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