Talley v. United States of America
||United States of America
||Norman L. Talley
||January 31, 2013
||West Virginia Southern District Court
||Robert C. Chambers
||Cheryl A. Eifert
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Vacate Sentence
|Cause of Action:
||28:2255 Motion to Vacate / Correct Illegal Sentence
|Jury Demanded By:
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 7, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER For the reasons set forth above, the Court Adopts the portion of the 215 Magistrate's PF&Rs which recommends that this Court Deny as untimely the petitioner's 202 Motion to Vacate, Set Aside, or Correct Sent ence; Grant the Government's 209 Motion to Deny the Petitioner's motion as Untimely; the Court also Denies the petitioner's request in his objections for an evidentiary hearing regarding his instant Motion because the facts are adequ ately presented in the materials before the Court, and thus such a hearing would not aid the decisional process; additionally the Court Denies a certificate of appealability. Signed by Judge Robert C. Chambers on 8/7/2014. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (skm)
|September 8, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying Petitioner's 219 MOTION to Alter or Amend Judgment pursuant to Rule 59(e) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Signed by Judge Robert C. Chambers on 9/8/2014. (cc: attys; any unrepresented parties) (skm) Modified text on 9/8/2014 to reflect that #219 Motion was denied (cbo).
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