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State v. Daniel

Court of Appeals of Louisiana, Second Circuit

May 28, 2015

STATE OF LOUISIANA, Appellee
v.
BOBBY RAY DANIEL, JR., Appellant

Appealed from the Fourth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Ouachita, Louisiana. Trial Court No. 12F0262. Honorable Scott Leehy, Judge.

EDWARD JOHN MARQUET, Counsel for Appellant.

JERRY L. JONES, District Attorney; NEAL GLEN JOHNSON, GEORGE M. CAMPBELL, JR., Assistant District Attorneys, Counsel for Appellee.

Before DREW, PITMAN & GARRETT, JJ.

OPINION

Page 1221

PER CURIAM.

Bobby Ray Daniel, Jr. has appealed from his conviction by guilty plea to one count of aggravated incest and sentence of 75 years at hard labor, with the first 25 years to be served without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.

The trial court has recognized that the sentence imposed is in excess of the maximum sentence that the defendant agreed to when he pled guilty, and the trial court has announced its intention to resentence the defendant in order to make the sentence conform with the plea agreement. Accordingly, the defendant's sentence is hereby vacated and the matter is remanded to the trial court for further proceedings. The defendant may appeal any adverse rulings or any sentence subsequently imposed. State v. Jackson, 614 So.2d 783 (La.App. 2d Cir. 1993).


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