Williams v. United States Of America

Filing 42

ORDER dismissing 40 Rule 60(b)(6)(4) Motion; denying 15 Motion for status of Rule 60b motion; denying 16 Motion for Retroactive reduction; denying 19 Motion for reduction under 3582; denying 24 Motion to Compel. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 8/31/17. (loh)

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u.S. DISTRICT COURT Southern District of6A IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR Filed In Office THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA m WAYCROSS DIVISION ^ Deputy Clerk FRANKLIN L. WILLIAMS, Petitioner, CASE NO. CV514-062 V, CR506-014 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondent. ORDER Before the Court are Petitioner's Motion for Status (Doc. 15), Motion for Retroactive Reduction (Doc. 16), Motion for Reduction (Doc. 19), Motion to Compel Judgment (Doc. 24) and Rule 60(b) Motion (Doc. 40). Petitioner's Motion for Rule 60(b) is in fact an attaclc on "the federal court's previous resolution of a claim on the merits." Peters v. United States, F. App'x , 2017 WL 443631, *1 (11th Cir. 2017). As a result Petitioner's motion is more accurately characterized as a successive ยง 2255 motion. Because the motion is successive. Petitioner "needed to obtain an order from this Court authorizing the district court to consider the motion." Id. at *2. Because Petitioner has not received jurisdiction to such consider authorization, the motion. the Id. Court lacks Accordingly, Petitioner's Motion for Rule 60(b) is DISMISSED. After careful

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