DAVID L. HARPER v. THE STATE

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FIRST DIVISION DOYLE, P. J., ANDREWS and RAY, JJ. NOTICE: Motions for reconsideration must be physically received in our clerk’s office within ten days of the date of decision to be deemed timely filed. http://www.gaappeals.us/rules June 11, 2018 In the Court of Appeals of Georgia A16A1008. HARPER v. THE STATE. ANDREWS, Judge. In Harper v. State, 338 Ga. App. 535 (790 SE2d 552) (2016), we affirmed David Lamar Harper’s conviction for criminal trespass pursuant to OCGA § 16-7-21 (a), reversed his conviction for criminal trespass pursuant to OCGA § 16-7-21 (b) (2), vacated the trial court’s sentence, and remanded the case to the trial court for resentencing. In State v. Harper, 303 Ga, 144 (810 SE2d 484) (2018), the Supreme Court granted certiorari to consider this Court’s reversal of Harper’s conviction for criminal trespass pursuant to OCGA § 16-7-21 (b) (2), and reversed our judgment on that issue by affirming Harper’s conviction for criminal trespass pursuant to OCGA § 16-7-21 (b) (2). Accordingly, the judgment of the Supreme Court is made the judgment of this Court, Harper’s convictions for criminal trespass pursuant to OCGA § 16-7-21 (a) and OCGA § 16-7-21 (b) (2) are affirmed, and trial court’s sentence for those convictions is reinstated. Judgment affirmed. Doyle, P. J., and Ray, J., concur. 2