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AGO Opinions with Topic: JURISDICTION WHERE DEFENDANT APPEALS CONVICTION TO THE SUPERIOR COURT AND APPEAL IS SUBSEQUENTLY DISMISSED FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION
AGO 1960 No. 115 >  April 28, 1960
CRIMES - JUSTICE COURT - JURISDICTION WHERE DEFENDANT APPEALS CONVICTION TO THE SUPERIOR COURT AND APPEAL IS SUBSEQUENTLY DISMISSED FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION
CRIMES - JUSTICE COURT - JURISDICTION WHERE DEFENDANT APPEALS CONVICTION TO THE SUPERIOR COURT AND APPEAL IS SUBSEQUENTLY DISMISSED FOR WANT OF PROSECUTION Where a person is convicted of a crime in justice court and his appeal to the superior court is subsequently dismissed for want of prosecution, sentence may be imposed by the superior court or the case may be returned to the justice court for execution of the original sentence.
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