Tony Harrell–Macneil, Appellant v. The State of Texas, Appellee

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Court of Appeals of Texas, Amarillo.

Tony Harrell–Macneil, Appellant v. The State of Texas, Appellee

No. 07–15–00009–CR

Decided: June 29, 2015

Before QUINN, C.J., and CAMPBELL and PIRTLE, JJ.

ORDER OF SEVERANCE

On December 9, 2013, pursuant to a single, three-count complaint, Appellant, Tony Harrell–MacNeil, was charged for the misdemeanor offenses of driving while intoxicated, unlawfully carrying a weapon,1 and reckless driving.2  In exchange for pleas of guilty to Counts I and III, the State abandoned Count II. The trial court entered two separate judgments assessing 365 days confinement and a $4,000 fine for Count I, suspended for twenty-four months community supervision, and thirty days and a $200 fine for Count III, suspended for six months community supervision.   By a single notice of appeal, Appellant challenges the “DWI and reckless driving” convictions.

Because this appeal involves two separate judgments, for purposes of clarity, we sua sponte sever this appeal into separate appellate cause numbers, one as to each judgment.   Henceforth, the appeal of the judgment entered as to Count I will bear appellate cause number 07–15–00009–CR, whereas the appeal of the judgment entered as to Count III will bear appellate cause number 07–15–00259–CR.   All filings, specifically including the Clerk's Record, Reporter's Record and all briefing filed in cause number 07–15–00009–CR shall be considered as being filed in the companion case.

It is so ordered.

FOOTNOTES

1.   Tex. Penal Code Ann.. §§ 49.04(d), 46.02 (West Supp.2014).

2.   Tex. Transp.  Code Ann.. § 545.401(a) (West 2011).

Per Curiam