O'Neal v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
In 1994, Petitioner was convicted of first-degree murder, robbery, and burglary. In 2014, Petitioner filed a petition to correct an illegal sentence. The circuit court dismissed the petition as untimely. Petitioner subsequently filed in the Supreme Court the instant pro se motion for belated appeal of the circuit court’s order dismissing his petition, seeking to proceed with an appeal of the order despite his failure to file a timely notice of appeal. The Supreme Court denied the motion, as Petitioner did not meet his burden of demonstrating good cause for failing to conform to the procedural rules.