Porter was charged in a state case with murder, firearms offenses, and assault with a deadly weapon. During Porter’s jury selection, only one member of the venire was African American, Juror 103. Juror 103 requested a sidebar with the trial judge, explained he worked at a state institution, and stated that the outcome of the […]
Category: 2241 Cases
Facts: Serial Burglar Gets Challenges ACCA Conviction Franklin was sentenced in the District of Minnesota for a federal firearms offense. He was enhanced under the Armed Career Criminal Act for three prior convictions of Minnesota burglary and two Illinois residential burglary cases. He did not appeal or file a 2255 within the normal one-year timeframe. […]
In Goodman vs. Ortiz, the District of New Jersey Granted 2241 relief to an inmate that had taken classes as part of the Risk and Needs Assessment Program.