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State v. Paskins

Superior Court of Delaware, Sussex

February 3, 2014

State
v.
Daniel Paskins

Dear Mr. Paskins:

The Court is in receipt of your ninth Motion for Postconviction Relief filed pursuant to Superior Court Criminal Rule 61.

In the present motion you allege you are somehow entitled to relief and a new trial because the wrong charges were read during your arraignment in 1994. You pled not guilty.

You have filed many challenges over the years claiming everything from ineffective counsel to this Court having no jurisdiction.

The present complaint has nothing to do with your conviction following a jury trial. It is frivolous.

This ninth motion is procedurally barred as it comes too late, is repetitive, and could have been raised earlier.[1]

The motion is DENIED.

Very truly yours,

T. Henley Graves, J.


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