Francis v. Maloney, No. 14-1320 (1st Cir. 2015)Annotate this Case
Petitioner brought this habeas corpus petition after he was released from federal custody, arguing that the Bureau of Prisons violated his right to due process when it failed to hold an in-person hearing before revoking his good-time credits, thus causing him to over-serve his prison sentence. The district court concluded that although Petitioner had over-served his sentence, no due process violation occurred. The First Circuit affirmed, holding that there were no facts that Petitioner could assert or constitutional claim that he could muster that would entitle him to the specific remedy he now requests, and therefore, Petitioner failed to present a petition upon which relief could be granted.