The District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana recently granted a federal prisoner’s section 2255 motion because he was unlawfully sentenced by being charged twice for the same dangerous weapon possession–once under 18 USC §924(c) as a statutory violation, and once under United States Sentencing Guidelines §2D1-l(b)(l) as a two-level enhancement. Londons’ Double-Jeopardy Dangerous…

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Brandon Sample’s Recent Court Win! – United States v. Herring For Brandon Sample PLC, August 27, 2019 was a good day.  That is because that was the day that the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit filed its decision in United States v. Herring, announcing Brandon Sample’s successful representation of Mr. Herring.…

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2255 Motion Process Infographic

To help you understand the 2255 motion process, we present the following infographic which explains all of the steps in federal habeas corpus proceedings: Share This 2255 Motion Process Infographic On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to 2255Motion.com with this graphic.</strong><br /><br /><a href=’https://2255motion.com’><img src=’https://2255motion.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2255Motion.com-Infographic.jpg’ alt=’2255 Motion Process | Habeas Corpus’ width=’2432′ height=’7056′ border=’0′ /></a></p>…

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