Reed v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Following a jury trial, Appellant Simon Reed was convicted of one count of assault in the third degree and one count of assault in the first degree. Appellant subsequently filed a pro se "Intent to Appeal" with the circuit clerk. However, no notice of appeal was ever filed. Appellant, by and through his attorney, subsequently filed a motion for rule on clerk. The Supreme Court treated Appellant's motion as one for belated appeal and remanded, as no good reason for failure to file a notice of appeal was cited in the motion, fault was not admitted, and the Court could not tell from the record whether there was attorney error. Remanded for findings on attorney error.