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The defendant was charged with violating the Uniform Firearms Act. He appealed the denial of his suppression motion, arguing the officer’s continued detention was unlawful under United States v. Rodriguez.
The defendant appealed the dismissal of his PCRA petition. He argued trial counsel was ineffective for failing to properly file motions for reconsideration of the VOP sentences. In an unpublished decision, the Pennsylvania Superior Court agreed with the defendant, vacated the order, and remanded. See Commonwealth v. Greshan, 2020 WL 4391505 (Pa. Super. Ct. 2020).
This Anders Brief was filed in the Superior Court after a determination there were no meritorious issues to raise in the appeal of the dismissal of the defendant’s PCRA petition.
The defendant appealed the dismissal of his PCRA petition. He argued the court abused its discretion when the court denied his request for a continuance so he could be physically present for a PCRA evidentiary hearing.
The defendant was convicted of several bank robberies and money laundering. This memo was filed in support of motions pursuant to Fed.R.Crim.P. 29 and 33. We argued the trial court erred when it admitted other acts evidence, and that the evidence was insufficient.