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Kapono Kaniela Tumale v. Acting In Their Official Capacity As Agents of the

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF HAWAII


January 29, 2013

KAPONO KANIELA TUMALE, PETITIONER,
v.
ACTING IN THEIR OFFICIAL CAPACITY AS AGENTS OF THE STATE OF HAWAI#I, KEITH TAGUMA, LYLE KEANINI, LAWRENCE TILLEY, JOHN KIM, DAVID LOUIE, ADRIANNE HEELY, AND APPELLATE JUDGES FUJISE, REIFURTH, AND GINOZA, RESPONDENTS.

Electronically Filed Supreme Court SCPW-13-0001153 29-JAN-2013

08:34 AM

ORIGINAL PROCEEDING ORDER DENYING PETITION FOR WRIT OF MANDAMUS

(By: Recktenwald, C.J., Nakayama, Acoba, McKenna, and Pollack, JJ.)

Upon consideration of petitioner Kapono Kaniela

Tumale's petition for a writ of mandamus, filed on January 3, 2013, the documents attached thereto and submitted in support thereof, and the record, it appears that petitioner is not entitled to mandamus relief. Petitioner does not have a clear and indisputable right to proceed with his appeal without paying the required filing fee. See HRAP Rule 24. Moreover, petitioner fails to demonstrate that the ICA judges exceeded their jurisdiction in denying his motion to proceed in forma pauperis and dismissing his appeal for failing to pay the filing fee, that the ICA judges committed a flagrant and manifest abuse of discretion in doing so, or that the ICA judges have refused to act on a subject properly before them under circumstances in which they have a legal duty to act. See Kema v. Gaddis, 91 Hawai#i 200, 204-05, 982 P.2d 334, 338-39 (1999) (a writ of mandamus is an extraordinary remedy that will not issue unless the petitioner demonstrates a clear and indisputable right to relief and a lack of alternative means to redress adequately the alleged wrong or obtain the requested action; where a court has discretion to act, mandamus will not lie to interfere with or control the exercise of that discretion, even when the judge has acted erroneously, unless the judge has exceeded his or her jurisdiction, has committed a flagrant and manifest abuse of discretion, or has refused to act on a subject properly before the court under circumstances in which he or she has a legal duty to act). Therefore,

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the clerk of the appellate court shall process the petition for a writ mandamus without payment of the filing fee.

IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED that the petition for a writ of mandamus is denied.

/s/ Mark E. Recktenwald /s/ Paula A. Nakayama /s/ Simeon R. Acoba, Jr. /s/ Sabrina S. McKenna /s/ Richard W. Pollack

20130129

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