Unger v. United States, No. 02 CV 4240, 2007 WL 3353515 (E.D.N.Y. Nov. 9, 2007)
Petitioner Ari Unger brings an unusual claim. He contends that he was incorrectly credited for time served toward his federal sentence and, as a result, prematurely returned to New Jersey state custody. Petitioner seeks his return to federal prison.
Unusual indeed. Appeal denied, though, because Unger had failed to exhaust his administrative remedies. Moreover, since filing his petition, Unger had been released on parole from state custody. Consequently, the court could not grant relief that would satisfy his request.