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Daugerdas Fails in Post-Conviction Hail Mary Motion (2/17/21)

I write today on tax criminal, Paul Daugerdas, who has been the subject of many postings on this blog.  (See here.)  After exhausting all of his conviction and other post-conviction remedies, Daugerdas in 1918 tries one other “hail Mary” shot in the form of a motion “to vacate his conviction and sentence pursuant to 28 […]

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Daugerdas Fails in Post-Conviction Hail Mary Motion (2/17/21; 12/19/21)

I write today on tax criminal, Paul Daugerdas, who has been the subject of many postings on this blog.  (See here.)  After exhausting all of his conviction and other post-conviction remedies, Daugerdas in 1918 tries one other “hail Mary” shot in the form of a motion “to vacate his conviction and sentence pursuant to 28 […]

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Court of Appeals Finds No Harm Attorney’s Failure to Assure Client Understood Relevant Conduct for Sentencing Loss Calculations (10/29/30)

In Jones v. United States, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 33857 (6th Cir. 2020), unpublished, here, the Court by Order denied Jones’ request for a certificate of appealability (“COA”) from the district court’s denial of a motion under 28 USC § 2255 to vacate, set aside or correct his sentence.  The Order rejected Jones’ allegations of […]