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Justice can be peculiar at times, especially when it seeks to be efficient.

Take, for instance, this decision. A prisoner filed a mandamus petition with the First District to compel a ruling on a habeas corpus matter in the circuit court. The district court denied the petition after observing that the petitioner’s habeas petition had never been filed in the circuit court.

Then, in an original jurisdiction case where the petition was denied, the district court directed the petitioner to file a copy of his date-stamped version of his petition within 30 days.

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