DON WHITE v. STATE OF MISSOURI

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Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.

Don'e J. White, Pro Se Appellant, In the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District DON'E J. WHITE, Appellant, v. STATE OF MISSOURI, Respondent.

WD73058

Decided: December 27, 2011

Before Division Four:  Lisa White Hardwick, Chief Judge, Presiding, Joseph M. Ellis and Mark D. Pfeiffer, Judges Jefferson City, MO, for appellant.   Stephen D. Hawke, Jefferson City, MO, for respondent.

Order

Don'e White appeals the dismissal of his declaratory judgment action for failure to state a claim on which relief could be granted.   White sought to challenge a determination by the Board of Probation and Parole that he is required to serve at least 85% of his fifteen-year prison sentence on a conviction for first-degree assault.   For reasons explained in a Memorandum provided to the parties, we find no error and affirm the dismissal.

AFFIRMED. Rule 84.16(b)

Per Curiam

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