DISCLAIMER:  The following unofficial case summaries are prepared by the clerk's office
                        as a courtesy to the reader. They are not part of the opinion of the court.
133584P.pdf   01/21/2015  Manuel Camacho  v.  Ray Hobbs
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:  13-3584
   U.S. District Court for the Western District of Arkansas - Fayetteville    
   [PUBLISHED] [Wollman, Author, with Colloton and Benton, Circuit Judges] 
   Prisoner case - habeas. The district court erred in finding the habeas 
   petition was time-barred; for Camacho, a state prisoner who did not seek 
   review in the state's highest court, the judgment became final on the date 
   the time for seeking such review expired rather than the date the judgment 
   was entered; applying this analysis, the petition was timely filed. 
141909U.pdf   01/21/2015  United States  v.  Jose Adame
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:  14-1909
   U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa - Des Moines    
   [UNPUBLISHED] [Per Curiam - Before Smith, Gruender and Benton, Circuit 
   Criminal case - Sentencing. Anders case. The court imposed the statutory 
   minimum sentence, the shortest sentence possible, and the sentence was not 
   substantively unreasonable; an enhancement challenged by defendant's pro 
   se brief had no effect on his ultimate sentence. 
142179U.pdf   01/21/2015  Patrick A. Carlone  v.  Asbestos Workers Local 34
   U.S. Court of Appeals Case No:  14-2179
   U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota - Minneapolis    
   [UNPUBLISHED] [Per Curiam - Before Smith, Bowman and Colloton, Circuit 
   Civil case. The district court did not err in imposing Rule 11 sanctions 
   on plaintiff, a litigant with an extensive history of filing frivolous and 
   vexatious lawsuits; that portion of the court's order which enjoined 
   future lawsuits unless plaintiff both is represented by counsel and has 
   obtained prior court approval is modified to reflect plaintiff is enjoined 
   from filing future lawsuits unless he is either represented by counsel or 
   has obtained prior court approval.