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United States of America v. Shannon Williams

IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA


March 23, 2011

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
v.
SHANNON WILLIAMS, DEFENDANT.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Lyle E. Strom, Senior Judge United States District Court

ORDER

This matter is before the Court upon plaintiff's motion to amend order nunc pro tunc (Filing No. 726). Plaintiff moves the Court to amend its Order entered March 21, 2011 (Filing No. 722). Upon reviewing the motion and the relevant law, the Court finds that the motion will be granted.

The Court has reviewed the written plea agreement (Filing No. 677 in 8:93CR27), as well as the transcript (Filing No. 689 in 8:93CR27), and finds defendant's oral motion to dismiss allegedly based on the double jeopardy clause of the United States Constitution is frivolous. The Court notes there has been no disposition of that petition for revocation of supervised release.

IT IS ORDERED that plaintiff's motion to amend order nunc pro tunc (Filing No. 726) is granted. The oral motion to dismiss based on the double jeopardy clause of the United States Constitution is denied as frivolous.

BY THE COURT:

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