IN THE COURT OF APPEALS, THIRD DISTRICT OF TEXAS,
Mary Helen Johnson v. The State of Texas--Appeal from 146th District Court of Bell County
MARY HELEN JOHNSON,
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF BELL COUNTY, 146TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
NO. 35,892, HONORABLE RICK MORRIS, JUDGE
This is an appeal from a conviction for possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver. Punishment was assessed at confinement for ten (10) years.
There has been filed in this Court a motion, personally signed by appellant, to withdraw the appeal. No decision of this Court having been delivered prior to the filing of the motion, it will be granted. Appellant's notice of appeal is hereby allowed to be withdrawn, and the appeal is dismissed. See Tex. R. App. P. Ann. 59(b) (Pamph. 1990).
[Before Chief Justice Carroll, Justices Jones and B. A. Smith]
Dismissed On Appellant's Motion
Filed: June 26, 1991
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