Jefferson v. Kelley (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Appellant was convicted of capital murder, aggravated robbery, theft of property, and fleeing. Appellant filed a pro se petition for writ of habeas corpus in the circuit court of the county in which he was incarcerated, alleging that his sentence was illegal, that the evidence against him was insufficient, and that he was actually innocent of the charges. Appellant also filed two motions requesting an extension of time in which to file his brief and seeking en banc review. The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal and declared the motions moot, holding that Appellant failed to allege a basis for the circuit court to grant the writ.