State of Tennessee v. James R. Wilson

State of Tennessee v. James R. Wilson

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