Malone v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Appellant pleaded guilty to fourth-degree sexual assault and was sentenced to seventy-two months’ imprisonment. Appellant subsequently filed multiple pleadings in the trial court, all of which essentially claimed that he was serving an illegal sentence because he was not serving his state sentence in federal custody as per his plea agreement. The trial court denied Appellant’s claims for relief in three separate orders. Appellant appealed the three orders. Now before the Supreme Court were Appellant’s motions for extension of time to file brief and for appointment of counsel. The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal, which rendered the motions moot, holding that the trial court did not err in denying relief.