Mr. Moore's motion to dismiss was denied without prejudice for failure to exhaust administrative remedies. He filed a request with BOP a month after filing his motion for compassionate release.
United States v. Moore, No. 1:16CR8-HSO-JCG-1, 2020 WL 5802345 (S.D. Miss. Sept. 29, 2020)
Criminal (Federal Charges)
Type of Court
Federal District Court
Type of Case
Post-Conviction Detention [jail or prison], Pre-Existing Health Conditions
Compassionate Release Case
Case Tracking Number
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Place of Incarceration
Name of Facility
United States Penitentiary Lampoc
First Step Act, 18 U.S.C. § 3582(c)(1)(A)
knowingly conspired with others to possess with intent to distribute a mixture or substance containing methamphetamine, a Schedule II narcotic drug controlled substance, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 842(a)(1)
Compassionate Release Exhaustion Holdingsin Federal Case
An individual can move for compassionate release after 30 days have passed from the date the application was submitted to the warden, irrespective of whether the warden has granted or denied the request.
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