Philadelphia, PA asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Gov & Administrative Law for Pennsylvania

Q: want to open my fed. case back up and sue the third circuit court of eastern Pa. . I been off of fed. supervised release

1 yr. and 3 mo. I filed motions while incarcerated on grounds of 2255 and 3553 and other rules that the courts shafted me . I want to sue the third dist court of Allentown , Pa. this has taken away extra years of my life, because of their mistake upon the rules and sentencing guidelines. I think they need to compensate me for what I cant get back ( loss years with my 2 daughters) and having a hard time with the record it has given me to live with, although I am in school at this present time and seeking a degree as a paralegal with my associates in specialized business. I need to have advice from a federal Criminal / Civil Attorney

1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: You can try the Pennsylvania Civil Liberties union but I will tell you that judicial immunity would protect any of the federal courts involved. I don't see that you have a case you can file for what you believe were rule violations as a result.

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