Jacquees Maurice Boone v. State of Alabama

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Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama.

Jacquees Maurice Boone v. State of Alabama


Decided: February 10, 2017

Jacquees Maurice Boone was convicted of attempted murder, see §§ 13A-6-2 and 13A-4-2, Ala. Code 1975, and was sentenced, as a habitual offender, to life imprisonment. Boone appealed.

On appeal, this Court, in an unpublished memorandum, affirmed the judgment of the circuit court. See Boone v. State (No. CR-14-1091, Dec. 11, 2015), ___ So. 3d ___ (Ala. Crim. App. 2015) (table). Boone then petitioned the Alabama Supreme Court for certiorari review. On September 23, 2016, the Alabama Supreme Court reversed this Court's judgment. Ex parte Boone, [Ms. 1150387, Sept. 23, 2016] ___ So. 3d ___ (Ala. 2016).

In accordance with the direction of the Alabama Supreme Court, we reverse the judgment of the circuit court, and we remand the case to that court for proceedings consistent with the Alabama Supreme court's opinion in Ex parte Boone, supra.


JOINER, Judge.

Windom, P.J., and Welch, Kellum, and Burke, JJ., concur.