FRENCH v. STATE, 687 So.2d 206 (Ala.Crim.App. 1996)
687 So.2d 206
CR-94-410.Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama.
August 23, 1996.
Appeal from Montgomery Circuit Court (CC-94-1215 and CC-94-1216); Joseph Phelps and Sarah Greenhaw, Judges.Page 207
Raymond Johnson, Montgomery, for Appellant.
Jeff Sessions, Atty. Gen., and Jean Therkelsen, Asst. Atty. Gen., for Appellee.
AFTER REMAND FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF ALABAMA
TAYLOR, Presiding Judge.
Pursuant to the Alabama Supreme Court’s opinion in Ex parteFrench, 687 So.2d 205 (Ala.Cr.App. 1996), the judgment is reversed in part and this cause is remanded to the Circuit Court for Montgomery County for proceedings consistent with the Supreme Court’s opinion. As the Supreme Court stated in its opinion: “We remand the case for the Court of Criminal Appeals to direct that the defendant be resentenced without consideration of the second Georgia conviction.” Due return should be filed in this court no later than 42 days from the date of this opinion.
REMANDED WITH DIRECTIONS.[fn*]
All the Judges concur.
[fn*] Note from the Reporter of Decisions: On November 1, 1996, on return to remand, the Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed, without opinion.