Velazquez v. United States of America
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|June 17, 2014
ORDER, rejecting the 18 Amended Report and Recommendation; petitioner Matias Velazquez' Motion to Vacate Plea of Guilty & Set Aside Judgment/Motion for Expungement 1 is denied, terminating this case; the Clerk shall enter judgment accordingly. Signed by Senior Judge Stephen M McNamee on 6/16/14. (REW)
|April 10, 2013
ORDER That the the Movant, Matias Velazquez, shall have twenty (20) days from the date of entry of this order in which to file and serve a memorandum of law addressing the impact of Chaidez v. U.S., ___ U.S. ___, 133 S.Ct. 1103 (Feb. 20, 2013), if a ny, upon the pending R & R and the United States' objections thereto: FURTHER ORDERED a Response, shall be filed and served in accordance with LRCiv 7.2 FURTHER ORDERED a Reply, if any, shall be filed and served in accordance with LRCiv 7.2(d). Signed by Senior Judge Robert C Broomfield on 4/10/13. (cc: All Cnsl) (MAP)
|April 25, 2011
ORDER re 1 Motion to Vacate, that the United States of America shall file and serve a response to defendant/petitioner's (Doc 27 in CR97-361-PHX-RCB) Motion to Vacate Plea of Guilty & Set Aside Judgment by no later than Wednesday, 04/27/11. A reply, if any, shall be filed and served and in all ways comply with the Rules of Practice of the United States District Court for the District Court of Arizona. Signed by Judge Robert C Broomfield on 04/21/11. (NOTE: document initially filed in related CR97-361-PHX-RCB as Doc. 29))(ESL)
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