In a habeas corpus case challenging petitioner's conviction for production of child pornography and related offenses, the district court's denial of the 28 U.S.C. section 2255 petition as time barred is affirmed and the court held that a judgment imposing sentence but leaving the amount of restitution to be determined begins to run the one-year statute of limitations to file a habeas motion under section 2255, and does not restart when the specific amount of restitution is later entered.

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Jun 01, 2021
Medical malpractice covers a broad range of actions or inactions that result in harm to those under the care of medical professionals. Although doctors, nurses and similar practitioners are only human…
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May 03, 2021
The busy roads of Georgia experience serious road accidents in the tens of thousands each year. In many cases, these collisions are the result of careless or distracted driving. However, there are also…
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Apr 05, 2021
Georgia is home to a wealth of talent from across the music, TV and movie industries. If you have something to offer to the world, it makes sense to protect your creative output. All too often, artists…
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Mar 02, 2021
Being involved in any car accident can be a stressful and overwhelming time for anyone, whether you are the at-fault driver, a third party or a passenger.
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