State of Tennessee v. James R. Wilson

State of Tennessee v. James R. Wilson
M2019-00369-CCA-R3-CD

James R. Wilson, Defendant, pled guilty to two counts of sale of more than five grams of a Schedule II controlled substance in case number 97-D-2596. Defendant received concurrent sentences of ten years with release eligibility after service of thirty percent of the sentence; Defendant was to serve one year in confinement and the remainder on community corrections. Defendant filed a Rule 36.1 motion and alleged that his sentences were illegal because he did not receive a Momon colloquy or sentencing hearing. The trial court found that the sentences had expired and summarily dismissed the motion for failure to state a colorable claim. We affirm.

Authoring Judge: 
Judge Robert L. Holloway, Jr.
Originating Judge: 
Judge Steve R. Dozier
Date Filed: 
Tuesday, August 13, 2019