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David Lloyd:  Motion and Order to extend time to file record


 

W. DAVID LLOYD
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
101 SOUTH ELM STREET
SUITE 310
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27401
TELEPHONE (336) 691-0550
FACSIMILE (336) 274-B490
 

June 2, 1999
 

Honorable John H. Connell, Clerk

North Carolina Court of Appeals

One W. Morgan St.
P.O. Box 2779
Raleigh, NC 27601
 

Re: State v. Ronnie Lee Kimble from Guilford

 

Dear Mr. Connell:
 

Please file the enclosed motion and send me a copy of the Court's subsequent order.
 

I am and remain
 

Sincerely yours,

 

/signature/

W. David Lloyd

 

WDL/ld

Enclosure:


No. EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT


NORTH CAROLINA COURT OF APPEALS
 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
V.
RONNIE LEE KIMBLE,

Defendant

 

From Guilford County
No. 97CRS 23654; 39580

98CRS-2348
 

THE DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO EXTEND TIME TO FILE RECORD
 

THE HONORABLE NORTH CAROLINA COURT OF APPEALS:
 

NOW COMES the defendant, RONNIE LEE KIMBLE, by and through counsel, and respectfully moves this Court to allow him 30 days extension to file the record in the above-captioned case. As grounds for this motion the defendant shows the Court the following:


1. The above-captioned cases were tried in Guilford County and the murder charge was tried capitally. The trial lasted some five weeks. The transcript was certified as delivered on 6 April 1999 and the time to file the record would ordinarily have expired 35 days thence on 11 May 1999. On April 26, 1999 the Superior Court granted a 30-day extension to June 10 (see attached).
 

2. Appointed, undersigned counsel has experienced heavy workloads since receiving the transcript including jury trials in superior court and a capital habeas corpus petition in federal court. The transcript is 3,152 pages in length and the record will involve complex issues dealt with in pretrial motions as well as in-trial argument. Further, counsel has a pending capital trial which he must prepare for on an ongoing basis.
 

3. For the reasons set forth above, counsel requests an extension of time for preparation of the record on appeal for 30 days to 10 July 1999.


WHEREFORE, for the foregoing reasons, the defendant moves this Court to grant this motion.

 

This the 2nd day of June, 1999.

 

/signature/

W. DAVID LLOYD
ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENDANT
101 South Elm Street Ste. 310

Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

Telephone: (336) 691-0550


CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE


THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the undersigned attorney served a copy of the motions listed below or the attached motion on the State of North Carolina by ( ) handing ( ) mailing the same to:
 

HORACE KIMEL (or representative)

DISTRICT ATTORNEY
JUDICIAL DISTRICT 18
P.O. Box 10769
201 South Eugene Street
Greensboro, North Carolina 27402
 

This the 2 day of June, 1999.

 

/signature/

W. DAVID LLOYD

ATTORNEY FOR THE DEFENDANT
101 South Elm Street
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401 Telephone: (336) 691-0550


FILED

99 JUN-3 PM 3:13

IN THE OFFICE OF

CLERK COURT OF APPEALS

OF NORTH CAROLINE

 

No. COAP99-83
North Carolina Court of Appeals

 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
V
RONNIE LEE KIMBLE

 

From Guilford
(97CRS23654, 97CRS39580, 97CRS23485

 

ORDER


The following order was entered:
 

The motion filed in this cause on the 3rd day of June 199 and designated "The Defendant's Motion to Extend Time to File Record" is allowed. Proposed record on appeal shall be served on or before 12 July 1999.
 

By order of the Court this the 3rd day of June 1999.
 

The above order is therefore certified to the Clerk of Superior Court Guilford County.

 

Witness my hand and official seal this the 3rd day of June 1999.
 

/signature/

John H. Connell

Clerk of North Carolina Court of Appeals

 

CSC Orig
cc:
Mr. W. David Lloyd Ms. Marsha M. Garlick Attorney General


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