State of Utah v. Love

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State of Utah v. Love, Case No. 20010730-CA, Filed November 8, 2001 IN THE UTAH COURT OF APPEALS

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State of Utah,
Plaintiff and Appellee,

v.

William Love,
Defendant and Appellant.

MEMORANDUM DECISION
(Not For Official Publication)

Case No. 20010730-CA

F I L E D
November 8, 2001 2001 UT App 337 -----

Third District, Salt Lake Department
The Honorable Terry L. Christiansen

Attorneys:
William Love, Salt Lake City, Appellant Pro Se
David E. Yocum and Roger S. Blaylock, Salt Lake City, for Appellee

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Before Judges Greenwood, Jackson, and Bench.

PER CURIAM:

Appellant lists a number of dates of orders from which he purportedly appeals. The only order from which an appeal would be timely was an order appellant claims was entered on August 16, 2001. However, no order appears in the record bearing that date. Love argues that bench warrants were issued, which he seeks to appeal. However, these are not final appealable orders. Utah R. App. P. 3. Appellant also argues issues involving his conviction. He did not timely appeal from his conviction. Therefore, the appeal is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.
 
 

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Pamela T. Greenwood,
Presiding Judge
 
 

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Norman H. Jackson,
Associate Presiding Judge
 
 

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Russell W. Bench, Judge