collateral relief

collateral relief

noun accessory relief, additional relief, adjunct relief, an added judgment, ancillary relief, attendant relief, beneficial relief, complementing relief, extra relief, other relief, resultant relief, resulting relief, secondary relief, sequential relief, spare relief, subordinate relief, supplemental relief, supplementary relief, supporting relief
Associated concepts: ancillary administration, ancillary attachhent, ancillary bill, ancillary jurisdiction, ancillary proceeding
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Malik further said that the industry was in serious need of the government's help, which could provide it at least three percent collateral relief on carpet export.
Jeff Sessions issued an opinion, to be binding on all immigration courts, on when an immigration judge may grant a continuance of deportation/removal proceedings, where the alien is pursuing a green card or other relief from USCIS (collateral relief).
Malik further said that, the industry is in serious need of the government's help, which can provide it at least 3 percent collateral relief on carpet export.
2255, seeking collateral relief from federal custody.
Where there is extrinsic fraud, a court can still grant collateral relief. In their motion, the Carters stated that they repeatedly tried to withdraw their illegally obtained consents and that the Roes' counsel continuously attempted to block their access to the court.
In the criminal system, the amount of legal advice available to indigent defendants functions as a steep cliff--there is a constitutional right to counsel at the trial and direct appeals stages but not to other forms of collateral relief. (1) Once a state prisoner loses her direct appeal, state and federal law provide judicial review of the appellate court's judgment, including discretionary review by a state supreme court, application for a writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court, federal habeas corpus, and state post-conviction proceedings.
The Florida Supreme Court recently adopted amendments to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.851 (Collateral Relief After Death Sentence has Been Imposed and Affirmed on Direct Appeal) proposed by the Capital Postconviction Proceedings Subcommittee of the Criminal Court Steering Committee (Subcommittee).
(11) Part III analyzes the various rationales for expanding and contracting options for collateral relief, and concludes by suggesting that all circuits return to the traditional rule that allows vacatur only in cases of jurisdictional deficiency.
"We charged Aon, and specifically Carol, to put together a strategy and an approach that would give us significant collateral relief in our 2008 and 2009 renewal, and she was able to deliver a huge deliverable on that, which was extremely important to us for financial and liquidity reasons."
DiGuglielmo (5) that an untimely application for state collateral relief is never properly filed and cannot toll the federal habeas statute of limitations.
In the event a habeas petitioner's conviction predated the enactment of the AEDPA, he or she is entitled to a "grace period" of one year from the date of enactment, i.e., until April 23, 1997, to file his or her federal habeas petition excluding any time during which a "properly filed" application for collateral relief was "pending."(7) Aside from the grace period, events that could extend the time for filing the habeas petition by such petitioner include the state's creation of an unconstitutional impediment, the emergence of a newly recognized constitutional right, or the discovery of a claim previously undiscoverable with due diligence.
The case now returns on Catess petition for collateral relief under 2 U.S.C.