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Click here for the full text of this decision FACTS:In this original application for writ of mandamus, relator contends he filed applications for writ of habeas corpus in the 179th District Court in Cause Nos. 874885-B; 874886-B; AND 891143-A, but more than 35 days have elapsed and the applications have not been forwarded to the Court of Criminal Appeals. Relator also contends that the trial court entered orders designating issues on June 29, 2005, and more than 180 days have elapsed since the orders were entered. HOLDING:The application is held in abeyance. “It is the Court’s opinion that additional information is required before a decision can be reached on the motion for leave to file the instant action. The Respondent, Judge of the 179th District Court of Harris County, is ordered to file with this Court within thirty (30) days a response by having the district clerk submit the records on such habeas corpus applications or by setting out the reasons that findings have not been made in the period since the orders designating issues were entered.” OPINION:Per curiam.

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