Billings v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Petitioner pleaded guilty to delivery of a counterfeit substance and delivery of a controlled substance. Petitioner later filed a pro se petition to correct or reduce his sentence. The trial court denied the petition. Petitioner timely filed a pro se notice of appeal but did not tender the record on appeal to the Supreme Court in accordance with the rules of procedure. Petitioner now sought to proceed with a belated appeal, a motion the Supreme Court treated as a motion for rule on clerk to lodge the record belatedly. The Supreme Court then denied the motion, holding that Petitioner did not state good cause for his failure to timely tender the record to the Court.