FANFAIR v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Petitioner: TRISTAN FANFAIR
Case Number: 2:2011cv06251
Filed: October 13, 2011
Court: New Jersey District Court
Office: Newark Office
County: Essex
Presiding Judge: William J. Martini
Nature of Suit: Motions to Vacate Sentence
Cause of Action: 28:2255
Jury Demanded By: None

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February 20, 2013 10 Opinion or Order of the Court OPINION. Signed by Judge William J. Martini on 2/20/13. (gh, )
January 17, 2012 7 Opinion or Order of the Court Order denying application for Pro Bono Counsel for TRISTAN FANFAIR. Signed by Judge William J. Martini on 1/17/12. (gh, )

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Respondent: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Represented By: THOMAS J. EICHER
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