MORALES v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
||LUIS R. MORALES
||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
||September 26, 2012
||New Jersey District Court
||William H. Walls
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Vacate Sentence
|Cause of Action:
||28:2255 Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentenc
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 14, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER that, if Petitioner so wishes, he may file and serve upon Respondent his traverse to Respondent's answer provided that the traverse is: (a) filed and served within (30) days from the date of entry of this Memorandum Opinion and Order; and (b) limited to the claims raised in Petitioners original and supplemental § 2255 pleadings; that, if Petitioner does not file and serve his traverse in accordance with the terms of this Memorandum Opinion and Order, his op portunity to traverse would be deemed conclusively waived without further notice; that, if Petitioner timely files and serves his traverse, Respondent may, if Respondent so desires, file and serve upon Petitioner Respondent's sur-reply, sur-repl y shall be filed and served within (15) days from the date of Respondent being served with Petitioner's traverse, etc.; that the Clerk shall serve this Memorandum Opinion and Order upon Respondent by means of electronic delivery and upon Petitioner by regular U.S. mail. Signed by Judge William H. Walls on 5/14/14. (gmd, )
|March 11, 2015
OPINION. Signed by Judge William H. Walls on 3/11/2015. (ld, )
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