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Appellant Michael Perry entered a plea of guilty to aggravated residential burglary, aggravated robbery, battery in the second degree, aggravated assault, misdemeanor theft of property, and misdemeanor interference with emergency communication. Appellant timely filed a pro se petition for postconviction relief, which the trial court denied. Before the Supreme Court was Appellant's motion related to the appeal. The Court declared the motion moot and dismissed the appeal, holding (1) because the allegations raised in the petition were without factual substantiation to support them, Appellant did not establish that he was prejudiced; and (2) Appellant's additional claims were not cognizable in a postconviction relief proceeding.