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00-3490 State v. Seay

The Court concluded that the absence of a signature on a notice of appeal filed by a pro se appellant does not compel dismissal of the appeal. While a notice of appeal must be signed, 'if the notice is timely filed and adequate in other respects, jurisdiction will vest in the court of appeals [and] ...

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