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2010AP1918-CR State v. Cheatham

Sentencing Sentence credit Pascanell Cheatham appeals an amended judgment of conviction and an order granting fifty-seven days’ sentence credit but denying Cheatham’s request for an additional fifty-four days’ credit. Because we conclude that Cheatham is entitled to the additional fifty-four days’ credit, we reverse the judgment and order and remand the matter with directions to grant the additional credit. This ...

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2008AP766-CR State v. Nitchals

Sentencing Sentence credit Joseph Nitchals was convicted of fleeing a traffic officer and possession of methamphetamine. Nitchals moved for postconviction relief, requesting additional sentence credit. The circuit court entered an amended judgment of conviction, awarding him credit for 826 days of presentence custody. On appeal, Nitchals argues he is entitled to credit for an additional seventy-seven days. We disagree and ...

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2010AP719 State ex rel. Shelton v. Smith

Habeas Corpus Sentence credit Christopher L. Shelton appeals from an order of the circuit court denying his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. Shelton was convicted of two crimes and given consecutive sentences. Shelton argues that because he was unlawfully detained for 143 days after the mandatory release date of his first sentence, he should receive credit on his ...

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2010AP719 State ex rel. Shelton v. Smith

Habeas Corpus Sentence credit Christopher L. Shelton appeals from an order of the circuit court denying his petition for a writ of habeas corpus. Shelton was convicted of two crimes and given consecutive sentences. Shelton argues that because he was unlawfully detained for 143 days after the mandatory release date of his first sentence, he should receive credit on his ...

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