Douglas Edwin Pierce, petitioner v. L.E. Fleming, warden, Federal Medical Center Fort Worth, on petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit: petition for a writ of certiorari
Douglas Edwin Pierce, L. E. Fleming, Pamela S. Karlan, Thomas C. Goldstein, Amy Howe, Kevin K. Russell, United States. Supreme Court, Stanford University. Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
Wilson-Epes Printing, 2005 - Law - 36 pages
Question presented: Should this Court resolve the three-way conflict among seven circuits over whether a federal judge can require a defendant to serve a term of imprisonment consecutively to another sentence that has not yet been imposed?
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5th Cir Abdul-Malik already subject Andrews Appx authority BOP Program Statement BOP's Bureau of Prisons circuit precedent circuit split concurrent sentence concurrently or consecutively consecutive or concurrent consecutive sentence court is imposing court ordered courts of appeals discretion Douglas Edwin Pierce federal court federal district court Federal Medical Center federal sentence run federal sentencing court Fifth future sentence habeas corpus impose a sentence imposed at different imprisonment imposed judgment later sentencing legislative history Mayotte methamphetamine multiple terms Ninth Circuits petition petitioner plea agreement plea bargain prior federal sentence pursuant question presented Quintero Romandine run consecutively unless second sentencing court Section sentence be served sentence run consecutive sentence running concurrent sentence to run Sentencing Prerogatives served concurrently served consecutively Seventh Circuit Sixth and Ninth Stanford Law School statute subsequent state sentence summary judgment Supp term of imprisonment undischarged term unimposed state sentence WRIT OF CERTIORARI