Portley v. Grossman,
444 U.S. 1311 (1980)

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Portley v. Grossman, 444 U.S. 1311 (1980)

Portley v. Grossman

No. A-638 (79-5885)

Decided February 1, 1980

444 U.S. 1311


Application by a federal prisoner -- as to whom the Parole Commission, after revoking his parole, had applied current guidelines in establishing his next presumptive parole date, rather than the standards for reparole in effect when he was sentenced -- for a stay of execution of the Court of Appeals' judgment denying a habeas corpus writ, pending review on certiorari in this Court, is denied.

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