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I will inform you that I filed for a Federal Hab. in the U.S. District Court, Eastern; Southern Division. Case NO. 2:18-cv-13798 has until June 10, 2019, to respond. However, I want to go back to the Trial Court and file a 6.500 Motion for a New Trial and a Ginther/evidentiary hearing to expand the record with A.) the Constitutional Deficiencies in representation (failure to investigate defense witness actual innocence alibi witness), B.) Prosecutorial Misconduct (withholding key witness interview w/ Det. keeping evidence that proves my innocence and their theory I was in need of money is, in fact, a LIE also fabricated testimony and tampered evidence) and C.) Cumulative error that rendered my trial unfair (compromised verdict & Judge denied my directed verdict saying: " Please know that I am ACTUALLY INNOCENT and I wish to hire Counsel that will fight for my exoneration and NOT give up on me. Someone that will get the AFFIDAVITS from my Alibi and other witnesses that'll impeach key witnesses and the Detectives testimony. Also, do the other investigative work within the actual case Proving My Innocence. It is important for you to realize that I filed my Federal Hab to keep the clock running so I can work on the 6.500 then hold the Federal Hab in Abeyance and file the 6.500 in the lower courts and by chance the New Trial motion is DENIED then after the new arguments go through the appellate procedure I have a TANGIBLE case before the U.S. District Court basically Guaranteeing RELIEF.
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