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Appellant Anthony Reed was found guilty by a jury of aggravated robbery, theft of property, and two counts of second-degree battery. The court of appeals affirmed. Appellant subsequently filed a pro se petition for writ of habeas corpus. The circuit court dismissed the petition. Appellant appealed. Before the Supreme Court was Appellant's motion to correct the record. The Court dismissed the appeal and declared the motion moot, holding that Appellant could not prevail on appeal of the order denying his petition where he failed to state cognizable claims and did not meet his burden of demonstrating a basis for a writ of habeas corpus to issue.