Antonio L. Britt v. State of Arkansas

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Antonio BRITT v. STATE of Arkansas

CR 97-200                                          ___ S.W.2d ___

                    Supreme Court of Arkansas
                Opinion delivered April 14, 1997


Appeal & error -- motion to withdraw as counsel denied. -- Where the 
     attorney for appellant filed a motion to withdraw as counsel,
     stating that it would be in the best interest of all concerned
     and that another attorney had expressed an interest in
     handling the case, the supreme court, noting that no motion to
     appoint substitute counsel had been filed on behalf of
     appellant, denied the motion.


     Motion to Withdraw as Counsel; denied.
     Ronald C. Wilson, for appellant.
     No response.

     Per Curiam. 
     Ronald C. Wilson, attorney for appellant, Antonio Britt, has
filed a motion to withdraw as counsel, stating that it would be in
the best interest of all concerned.  
     The motion further states that another attorney, Don Forrest,
has expressed an interest in handling the case.  However, as of
this date, no motion to appoint substitute counsel has been filed
on behalf of appellant.
     The motion is, therefore, denied.