Ramirez v. United States of America

Filing 12

ORDER Adopting 11 Report and Recommendations. Certificate of Appealability: DENIED. Closing Case. Signed by Judge Robert N. Scola, Jr on 6/26/2017. (ail) NOTICE: If there are sealed documents in this case, they may be unsealed after 1 year or as directed by Court Order, unless they have been designated to be permanently sealed. See Local Rule 5.4 and Administrative Order 2014-69.

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United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida Antonio Ramirez, Petitioner, v. United States of America, Respondent. ) ) ) Civil Action No. 16-23030-Civ-Scola ) ) ) Order Adopting Magistrate Judge’s Report And Recommendation This case was referred to United States Magistrate Judge Patrick A. White, consistent with Administrative Order 2003-19 of this Court, for a ruling on all pre-trial, nondispositive matters and for a report and recommendation on any dispositive matters. On May 16, 2017, Judge White issued a report recommending that the Court deny the Petitioner’s motion to vacate or set aside his sentence based on the Petitioner’s inability to show he was denied effective assistance of counsel. (Report of Magistrate, ECF No. 11.) The Petitioner has not filed objections to the report, and the time to do so has passed. The Court has considered Judge White’s report, the record, and the relevant legal authorities. The Court finds Judge White’s report and recommendation cogent and compelling. The Court affirms and adopts Judge White’s report and recommendation (ECF No. 11). The Court denies the motion to vacate or set aside the Petitioner’s sentence (ECF No. 1). The Court does not issue a certificate of appealability. Finally, the Court directs the Clerk to close this case. Done and ordered, at Miami, Florida, on June 26, 2017. _______________________________ Robert N. Scola, Jr. United States District Judge

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