September 2014 | Georgia Law Review
In United States v. Haynes, Nos. 12-12689 and 12-13244 (Aug. 22, 2014), the Eleventh Circuit declined to vacate a federal prisoner’s sentences based on errors that the prisoner invited the district court to ignore and that are wholly unrelated to the error corrected during resentencing. In two separate trials, Ricky Douglas Haynes, Jr., a federal [.]. Eleventh Circuit Decides Raise in City Firefighters’ Pension Contribution Rate Is Not an Impairment of Contractual Rights. October 7, 2014. Pro Se Plaintif...
Eleventh Circuit | Georgia Law Review
In Seamon v. Remington Arms Co., 813 F.3d 983 (11th Cir. 2016), the Eleventh Circuit held that the district court had abused its discretion in excluding the plaintiff’s expert witness’s opinion. The record showed that Kenneth Seamon went hunting in late 2011 and was later found in his elevated tree stand, dead of a single [.]. Eleventh Circuit Requests Supreme Court of Georgia’s Help in HSA-Bankruptcy Question. Eleventh Circuit Finds for Taxpayer in Conservation Easement Deduction Dispute. March 16, 2016.