FLA – Initial Brief. March 2016. In the United States Court of Appeals for The Eleventh Circuit. Statement of the Issues: The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, this circuit’s governing authority, and the district court’s own findings require that, in the interests of justice, the mentally infirm Frank Amodeo have the assistance of counsel.
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(Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 17 Statement of Next Friend)
(Declaration of Frank L. Amodeo in Response to this Court’s Order Denying JArtuso’s 2255 Motion)
Opinion of Supreme Court in McQuiggin V Perkins
(Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit – McQuiggin, Warden v. Perkins)
(Motion for Leave to Permit Filings in Proper Person in Accordance with Local Rule 2.03(D), in the Light of Appointed Counsel’s Opinion He is No Longer Counsel.)
(Memorandum in Support of the Motion to Allow Pro Se Motions and the Request for an Evidentiary Hearing.)
(Notice of Appeal from District Court’s Order Denying Appointment of Counsel.)
(Notice of Appeal from the District Court’s November 28, 2015 Order Denying the Motion to Alter and Amend.)
(Motion for Summary Remand with Direction for Lack of Subject-Matter Jurisdiction.)
Motions Filed and Memorandums in Support of the Motions: