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ABUSE OF DISCRETION

"A district court abuses its direction if it applies an incorrect legal standard, applies the law in an unreasonable or incorrect manner, follows improper procedures in making a determination, or makes findings of fact that are clearly erroneous."
"Discretion, such as Rule 60(a) confers, may be abused “by an exercise that is flawed by erroneous factual or legal premises.” James v. Jacobson, 6 F.3d 233, 239 (4th Cir.1993)."
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