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UNITED STATES v. Julius Greer, Appellant (2019)

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United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

UNITED STATES of America v. Julius GREER a/k/a “Poony” Julius Greer, Appellant

No. 17-1996

Decided: December 02, 2019

Present: MCKEE, AMBRO and RESTREPO, Circuit Judges Thomas M. Zaleski, Esq., Office of United States Attorney, Philadelphia, PA, for Plaintiff-Appellee Robert Epstein, Esq., Federal Community Defender Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Federal Community Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, for Defendant-Appellant

1. Unopposed Motion by Appellant for Extension of Time to File Motion to Recall Mandate and Petition for Rehearing until November 15, 2019;

2. Motion by Appellant Julius Greer to Recall the Mandate.




Upon consideration of the Appellant’s Motions for extension of time, recall of the Mandate and for panel or en banc rehearing it is hereby ordered that the order entered on May 16, 2018 affirming the District Court’s denial of relief is vacated and panel rehearing is granted so that the panel can consider Greer’s appeal in view of the court’s holding in United States v. Reese, 917 F.3d 177 (3d Cir. 2019). The case will be listed at the convenience of the court. As the merits panel has granted panel rehearing, no further action will be taken by the en banc court.

Theodore A. McKee, Circuit Judge

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