Matlock v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Appellant, who was convicted of second-degree sexual assault and sexual indecency with a child, filed in the trial court a request for an amended sentencing order based on a pro se motion for jail-time credit, alleging that he was entitled to 547 days’ credit for his pretrial detention. The trial court entered an amended order, but the order did not set forth the number of jail-time days to which Appellant was entitled. Appellant appealed. The trial court subsequently granted the State’s motion to supplement the record and entered a second amended order, which specifically added 556 days for jail-time credit. The Supreme Court dismissed Appellant’s appeal, holding that the second amended order rendered the appeal moot.