McLeod v. United States of America (INMATE3)
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|June 13, 2011
ORDER that the Recommendation be and is hereby ADOPTED and the motion to vacate pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2255 be and is hereby DENIED as the claims therein entitle him to no relief. Signed by Honorable Judge W. Harold Albritton, III on 6/13/2011. (jg, )
|June 9, 2009
ORDER that on or before June 23, 2009, the petitioner shall file an amendment to his § 2255 motion specifying which of the two judgments of this court he seeks relief from through this motion; that petitioner is advised that, pursuant to Fed. R. Governing § 2255 Proceedings 2(d), he may challenge only one judgment of this court; that should he wish to challenge more than one judgment of this court, he must file a separate motion pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2255 challenging each separate judgment. Signed by Honorable Charles S. Coody on 6/9/2009. (cc, )
|April 16, 2009
ORDER that on or before April 30, 2009, the petitioner shall file supplement to his 1 pleading that plainly states whether, by said pleading the petitioner is attacking the validity of the sentence this court imposed on him in 1993 for obstruction of justice, or whether the petitioner is challenging the October 2008 judgment of this court revoking his supervised release and imposing a 12-month term of imprisonment; denying petitioner's MOTION for appointment of counsel. Signed by Honorable Charles S. Coody on 4/16/2009. (cc, )
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