Hollis v. MississippiAnnotate this Case
Mickeal Hollis was convicted by jury of possessing methamphetamine, for which he was sentenced to three years in the custody of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, pay a fine, and complete drug and alcohol treatment. Hollis appealed, but his appellate counsel found no arguable issues for appeal and filed a "Lindsey" brief. Continuing pro se, Hollis raised three issues the Mississippi Supreme Court determined were "vague allegations." Thus, finding no arguable issues or reversible error, the Mississippi Supreme Court affirmed Hollis' conviction and sentence.