O pinion issued November 12, 2009
Court of Appeals
First District of Texas
____________ NO. 01-09-00867-CR ____________ SAMUEL JACKSON, Appellant V. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Appellee
On Appeal from the 338th District Court Harris County, Texas Trial Court Cause No. 1231272
MEMORANDUM OPINION Appellant, Samuel Jackson, pleaded guilty to the state jail felony offense of delivery of a controlled substance, namely cocaine weighing less than one gram. In accordance with his plea bargain agreement with the State, the trial court sentenced appellant to confinement for six months in the state jail.
After the trial court sentenced appellant to punishment that fell within the terms of the plea bargain agreement, the trial court certified that this case is a pleabargain case and the defendant has no right to appeal. Appellant did not request the trial court’s permission to appeal any pre-trial matters, and the trial court did not give permission for appellant to appeal. We conclude that the certification of the right of appeal filed by the trial court is supported by the record and that appellant has no right of appeal due to the agreed plea bargain. TEX. R. APP. P. 25.2(a). Because appellant has no right of appeal, we must dismiss this appeal “without further action.” Chavez v. State, 183 S.W.3d 675, 680 (Tex. Crim. App. 2006). Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Any pending motions are denied as moot. PER CURIAM Panel consists of Chief Justice Radack, and Justices Bland and Massengale. Do not publish. TEX. R. APP. P. 47.2(b).