Mann v. State - Georgia Court of Appeals

Mann v. State

By Georgia Court of Appeals

  • Release Date - Published: 2003-02-11
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Georgia Court of Appeals
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Defendant Calvin Mann was found guilty of possessing cocaine with intent to distribute and sentenced as a recidivist to life without parole. In Mann v. State, 240 Ga. App. 809 (524 SE2d 763) (1999), we rejected Mann's contentions concerning the effectiveness of his trial counsel and affirmed his conviction. The Georgia Supreme Court granted certiorari to consider, inter alia, whether we had correctly determined the possible sentences which could be imposed on Mann under OCGA § 16-3- 30 (d), pertaining to sentencing of persons with two or more convictions for possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, and OCGA § 17-10-7, pertaining to the sentencing of repeat felony offenders. 1 The Supreme Court affirmed Mann's conviction in Mann v. State, 273 Ga. 366 (541 SE2d 645) (2001). On February 8, 2002 Mann filed an ""Extraordinary Motion to Vacate/Set Aside Sentence Judgment"". The trial court denied the motion, finding that the issues raised in Mann's motion had been decided adversely to him both by this Court and our Supreme Court. Mann has filed a pro se appeal from this order. 2

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